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Feelings: From Sadness to Happiness [Paperback]

Nuria Roca
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July 1 2001
Boys and girls explore their emotions to understand them as a part of the growing-up process. This book talks about the different ways to love--pets, flowers, and most important, the other people in their lives. Kids also learn that they needn't be afraid of the dark when they're alone in bed at night. Sometimes they become angry at friend, or maybe ashamed if they've wet the bed--but they also learn that these are passing feelings experienced by all children. Feelings they can learn how to control or overcome. Boys and girls learn that good feelings are even better when they're shared with friends and loved ones. There are full-color illustrations on every page, and a two-page section of guidelines for parents at the back of the book.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Educators Feb. 14 2002
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In our increasingly multicultural society, the ability to communicate and peacefully coexist is becoming a skill of paramount importance. Yet some cultures do not have words to label feelings! Hence the need for this book. In my kindergarten class, where the students are beginning to try and use words rather than violence to settle conflicts , this book has helped them immensely. There is less frustration when one is able to verbalize what is bothering him or her, and to know that the listener understands.
The watercolor paintings are colorful and appeal to the young child, who will identify with the situations and characters so engagingly presented. A necessary book and well done.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Educators Feb. 14 2002
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In our increasingly multicultural society, the ability to communicate and peacefully coexist is becoming a skill of paramount importance. Yet some cultures do not have words to label feelings! Hence the need for this book. In my kindergarten class, where the students are beginning to try and use words rather than violence to settle conflicts , this book has helped them immensely. There is less frustration when one is able to verbalize what is bothering him or her, and to know that the listener understands.
The watercolor paintings are colorful and appeal to the young child, who will identify with the situations and characters so engagingly presented. A necessary book and well done.
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