"A Little Book About Feelings" combines beautiful color photos of enchanting, hand-made felt characters with empowering messages based in emotional literacy. Children learn to recognize and express their feelings, which in turn helps them feel better understood. Images and characters in the book are based on the award-winning children's series, "Ruby's Studio."
|Publisher:||The Mother Company|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||9 MB|
|Age Range:||2 - 6 Years|
About the Author
SAMANTHA KURTZMAN-COUNTER is a children's book author, children's show producer and director, and partners with Abbie in The Mother Company. Samantha adapts all the books from the shows to ensure they are exceptional books as stand-alone properties. She gets most of her notes from her son Jack, who just entered Kindergarten.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
So sweet and such a useful tool to teach little ones the importance of feelings and how to use their words to express what they're feeling. This is a GREAT book for all parents with young children. And they're based on the shows which are adorable - my kids asked to see these again and again. Great to know they're watching healthy TV (and between us, learning how to not fight with each other was a BONUS!) Check out their website which also has great articles and more help for tantrums, dealing with divorce, sibling rivalry - they have a lot of great parenting experts on there to help.
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