Knowing how to describe our feelings is important to our emotional health. So is knowing it’s okay to talk about our feelings with others.
Feelings can be confusing when we don’t have the words to express them; they can be overwhelming and even scary when we keep them to ourselves.
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In rhyming poems and engaging illustrations, this book helps children build and use a vocabulary for communicating their emotions.
Because it’s meant to be read aloud, it encourages discussion. From “A is for Awesome” to “Z is for Zany,” Feelings invites kids to name, claim, and share their emotions.
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About the Author
Todd and Peggy Snow live in Minnesota with their young daughter. They are both committed to supporting and expanding children’s understanding of their life experiences in positive, affirming, fun, and educational ways. Both have written several award-winning books for children, including recent award winner: Kindness to Share from A to Z.