The Way I Feel
So begins a child’s romp through a feelings word book. Feelings are neither good nor bad, they simply are. Kids need words to name their feelings, just as they need words to name foods, clothes, toys, people, and all the other interesting things in their world.
Strong, colorful, and ex-pressive images go along with the verses to help children connect the word and the emotion. Your child will learn useful words, and you will have many chances to open conversations
about what’s going on in her/his life.
The Way I Feel Too
Building on the phenomenal success of the original title, The Way I Feel Too features more feelings with the same strong, colorful, and expressive images and simple verses to help children connect the word and the emotion. Children learn useful words, giving parents, teachers, and caregivers many chances to open conversations about what’s going on in their child’s life.
Recommended by parents, teachers, and mental health professionals, The Way I Feel Too is a valuable addition to anyone's library.
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The Way I Act
Young school children are eager to figure out how their world works and what its “rules” are. The Way I Act is an enjoyable exploration of what it may be like to behave in certain ways. The door is opened for discussion about the consequences of behavior. In the companion book, The Way I Feel, children learned that feelings come and go and simply are. A little older now, they are ready to think about the ability they have to control how things turn out.
The Way I Act explores thir-teen ways of behaving. The friendly verses and bold illus-trations convey to the reader many positive ideas of how to act in a variety of situations.
Lost and Alone
Roonie B. Moonie yearns to be a great explorer like his hero, Christopher Col-umblebee. But, while exploring one day, he wand-ers into a dark, unfamiliar place and finds himself in one scary situation after another. Approach-ed by a suspicious stranger offering to help, Roonie must rely on his mother’s guidance and on his instincts to keep himself safe. Will he be lured away by a stranger? Will he find his way back home? How does he decide who can be trusted? Lost and Alone helps children under-stand the importance of following safety rules, staying calm, and trusting their feelings.