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I Say, You Say Feelings!
     

I Say, You Say Feelings!

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by Tad Carpenter
 

I say, "Feelings!" You say, "Fun!" Explore the world of emotions with 8 lift-the flaps.

These colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun. —Dr. Robert Needlman, co-founder of Reach Out and Read and author of Dr. Spock's Baby Basics

With I Say, You Say books,

Overview

I say, "Feelings!" You say, "Fun!" Explore the world of emotions with 8 lift-the flaps.

These colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun. —Dr. Robert Needlman, co-founder of Reach Out and Read and author of Dr. Spock's Baby Basics

With I Say, You Say books, your little ones can:

· Understand emotions

· Predict outcomes

· Learn and play!

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
12/16/2013
The I Say, You Say series expands with this lift-the-flap introduction to eight emotions and the facial and verbal actions that often accompany them. Carpenter uses a cast of emotive, vaguely retro cartoon animals to showcase each emotion: “I say grumpy, you say...” reads one scene as an orange cat stands scowling by the side of the road in the rain. That scowl deepens when, after opening a large flap, the cat gets splashed by a passing car (“FROWN!”). Sad tears, an excited “HOORAY!” and a purple ape’s loud “OUCH!” after being stung by a bee follow. Sure to inspire lively “call and answer”–driven readalouds. Simultaneously available: I Say, You Say Colors. Up to age 3. (Jan.)
From the Publisher
Praise for I Say, You Say Feelings:"

This new addition to the I Say, You Say series invites a young audience to playfully explore the world of emotions....little ones will enjoy the repetition and interactivity of these offerings, celebrating as they correctly guess the words hiding under the flaps...just right for toddlers and preschoolers."—Kirkus Reviews"

Sure to inspire lively "call and answer"-driven readalouds."—Publishers Weekly

Praise for I Say, You Say Animal Sounds:
"A playful lift-the-flap read-aloud...Quirky moments, such as calves dancing to a boombox and a frog doing the backstroke, add to the fun of the inevitable repeat readings....With bold, active art and a noise-inducing, interactive text, this offering, part of the I Say, You Say series, will work for both group and one-on-one read-alouds."

Praise for I Say, You Say:"These colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun."——Dr. Robert Needlman, co-founder of Reach Out and Read and author of Dr. Spock's Baby Basics

--Dr. Robert Needlman

Praise for I Say, You Say:"These colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun."
—Dr. Robert Needlman

Praise for I Say, You Say:"These colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun."
Kirkus Reviews
2013-11-27
This new addition to the I Say, You Say series invites a young audience to playfully explore the world of emotions. Quickly falling into a predictable and comforting pattern, the left-hand page introduces a feeling--"I say happy, you say…"--and the gatefold flap on the right-hand page lifts to reveal a corresponding response: "SMILE!" Other feelings include grumpy, silly, sad, excited, sleepy, hurt and love. The bright, busy pages, which star wide-eyed, cartoon-style animal characters in situations typically associated with the emotions featured, will appeal to little ones and help them to understand the concepts presented. For instance, a scowling cat getting drenched in the rain illustrates "grumpy"; a crying gorilla with a bee sting on his thumb aptly represents "hurt"; and pairs of cuddling and kissing animals symbolize "love." In companion title Colors! (978-0-316-20072-1), the left-hand page offers an object--"I say apples, you say…"--and the gatefold reveals the name of the color: "RED!" Little ones will enjoy the repetition and interactivity of these offerings, celebrating as they correctly guess the words hiding under the flaps. Carpenter's predicable, interactive titles in the I Say, You Say series offer appealing introductions to basic concepts just right for toddlers and preschoolers. (Picture book. 1-3)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780316200745
Publisher:
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date:
01/07/2014
Pages:
18
Sales rank:
441,812
Product dimensions:
7.25(w) x 7.25(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
3 Months to 3 Years

Meet the Author

Tad Carpenter is an illustrator and designer living in sunny, snowy and forever changing Kansas City, Missouri. He has worked with clients such as Chronicle Books, Target, Atlantic Records, Sunrise Greetings, Simon & Schuster, Hallmark Cards, Kidrobot, and Family Circle. He is the author and illustrator of I Say, You Say Opposites!, I Say, You Say Animal Sounds!, and I Say, You Say Colors!

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I Say, You Say Feelings! 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Cheryl Schopen for Readers' Favorite I Say, You Say Feelings! by Tad Carpenter is a fun and educational book for young children. With every turn of the page, you are presented with more flaps to lift in order to enjoy even more colorful pages and illustrations. Not only is it filled with exquisite and playful pictures, but it also teaches children about feelings. If we’re happy, we smile; if we’re grumpy, we frown, and so on and so on. Part of the I Say, You Say series of books, this one engages kids and makes it possible for them to learn while playing, which is every parent’s or educator’s dream. As soon as I received Tad Carpenter’s I Say, You Say Feelings!, I sat down and read it to my almost two-year-old daughter. She absolutely loved it. While we were reading along, enjoying the illustrations, and acting out each emotion, she was clearly learning. Throughout the day, after reading it a few times, I asked her what we do when we’re happy or sad, and she would smile or frown. It was amazing to see how quickly she learned. In addition to the educational benefits, she thoroughly enjoyed the many lift-the-flaps contained in this wonderful book. It is a fun way for children to interact while reading, which makes them want to continue reading. Personally, my favorite part was the illustrations. I was so impressed with each page that I found myself looking through them again on my own while my daughter was sleeping. The bright colors and lively images really catch your attention. I cannot say enough good things about this book. I could go on and on. Instead, I will let you see for yourself. Get this book! You won’t regret it, and your children will love you for it.