When I Feel Jealousby Cornelia M. Spelman, Kathy Parkinson
A bear cub describes situations that make her jealous: when someone has something she wants, when someone is good at something she wants to be good at, and when someone else gets all the attention. “Jealousy is a prickly, hot, horrible feeling. I don’t like feeling jealous, but—everybody feels jealous sometimes.” The little bear finds ways to make herself feel better—she talks to someone about how she feels and then does something pleasant—and soon the jealous feeling goes away. An author’s note for parents and teachers is included.
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Meet the Author
Cornelia Maude Spelman worked as a therapist with children and families before turning full-time to writing. She is the author of many books for children, including the bestselling Your Body Belongs to You. She lives with her husband in Evanston, Illinois. Her website is www.corneliaspelman.com.
Kathy Parkinson is the illustrator of numerous books for children including The Way I Feel series and Sweet Dreams, Little Bunny! She has three children and lives in Arlington Heights, Massachusetts. Her website is www.kparkinson.com.
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