In My Heart

A Book of Feelings

Author: Jo Witek

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

ISBN: 9781419713101

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 7069

A young girl explores what different emotions feel like, such as happiness which makes her want to twirl, or sadness which feels as heavy as an elephant.

A Book of Feelings

Author: Amanda McCardie,Salvatore Rubbino

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781406355994

Category: Emotions

Page: 48

View: 4925

PICTURE STORYBOOKS. A Book of Feelings stars a brother and sister, Sam and Kate, and their dog, Fuzzy Bean. Sam and Kate know what makes them happy: cuddling Mum, reading a story with Dad, swimming, running and dancing...lots of things. But they don't feel happy all the time (nor does Fuzzy Bean), and in the course of the book we see them feeling grumpy, embarrassed, shy, nervous, frightened, sad and jealous. Both words and pictures portray the children in many different situations at home and at school, and show how they change over time, how emotions can escalate, and how people can help each other. Amanda McCardie's supremely subtle and sensitive text is as alive to the nuances of children's behaviour as Salvatore Rubbino's amazing pictures. Ages 0+

My Book of Feelings

A Book to Help Children with Attachment Difficulties, Learning or Developmental Disabilities Understand their Emotions

Author: Tracey Ross

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1784504661

Category: Education

Page: 40

View: 3767

Even though you can't see them, we all have feelings. Some feelings are fluffy and make us feel good. Some are sharp and make us unhappy. Sometimes we have fluffy and sharp feelings at the same time! It's ok to have different types of feelings, but there are some things we can do to let the sharp feelings out when they get too big, or when we have too many. This picture book is ideal for children ages 5 and above to help them understand why they might experience different emotions, and what they can do to help them manage their emotions in a positive way. Written in simple language, this book will be an excellent tool for any child who finds it difficult to understand their emotions, particularly those with attachment difficulties, or a learning or developmental disability.

The Book of Human Emotions

From Ambiguphobia to Umpty -- 154 Words from Around the World for How We Feel

Author: Tiffany Watt Smith

Publisher: Little, Brown

ISBN: 031626539X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 336

View: 9942

A thoughtful, gleeful encyclopedia of emotions, both broad and outrageously specific, from throughout history and around the world. How do you feel today? Is your heart fluttering in anticipation? Your stomach tight with nerves? Are you falling in love? Feeling a bit miffed? Do you have the heebie-jeebies? Are you antsy with iktsuarpok or filled with nakhes? Recent research suggests there are only six basic emotions. But if that makes you feel uneasy, suspicious, and maybe even a little bereft, THE BOOK OF HUMAN EMOTIONS is for you. In this unique book, you'll get to travel across the world and through time, learning how different cultures have articulated the human experience and picking up some fascinating new knowledge about yourself along the way. From the familiar (anger) to the foreign (zal), each entertaining and informative alphabetical entry reveals the surprising connections and fascinating facts behind our emotional lives. Whether you're in search of the perfect word to sum up that cozy feeling you get from being inside on a cold winter's night, surrounded by friends and good food (what the Dutch call gezelligheid), or wondering how nostalgia evolved from a fatal illness to enjoyable self-indulgence, Tiffany Watt Smith draws on history, anthropology, science, art, literature, music, and popular culture to find the answers. In reading THE BOOK OF HUMAN EMOTIONS, you'll discover feelings you never knew you had (like basorexia, the sudden urge to kiss someone) and gain unexpected insights into why you feel the way you do. Besides, aren't you curious what nginyiwarrarringu means?

The Great Big Book of Feelings

Author: Mary Hoffman

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Bks

ISBN: 9781847807588

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

View: 6590

The book opens with the question: "How are you feeling today?" And this leads on to a spread by spread presentation of a wide range of feelings, including: *Happy * Sad * Excited * Bored * Interested * Angry * Upset * Calm * Silly * Lonely * Scared * Safe *Embarrassed * Shy * Confident * Worried * Jealous * Satisfied The final spread is about Feeling Better because sharing and talking about feelings helps us to feel better. The approach and design follows The Great Big Book of Families, with lots of different children in lots of different situations, brief text captions and questions and plenty of humour to make sure the book is fun. Mary Hoffman and Ros Asquith look at feelings in family life, at school and everywhere with the same warmth, wit and sensitivity that they brought to their award- winning The Great Big Book of Families.

Theo's Mood

A Book of Feelings

Author: Maryann Cocca-Leffler

Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company

ISBN: 0807577790

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 1505

It's Mood Monday and Miss Cady's class is sharing how they feel after the weekend. But Theo doesn't know whether he's in a good mood or a bad mood. He has a new baby sister and he isn't just happy like Eric who got a new bike or sad like April who lost her dog. As Theo's classmates discuss all their feelings, he realizes he's not in a good mood or a bad mood—he's all those things!

My Book Full of Feelings

How to Control and React to the Size of Your Emotions

Author: Amy V. Jaffe,Luci Gardner

Publisher: AAPC Publishing

ISBN: 9781931282833

Category: Education

Page: 70

View: 8453

An interactive workbook for children and a teaching tool for parents and professionals, the book uses images of feelings and gradated colors to teach children how to deal effectively with gradated levels of emotions.

Making Faces

A First Book of Emotions

Author: Abrams Appleseed

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN: 1683350359

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 14

View: 5732

This baby is happy. Can you make a happy face? Find the happy baby! This bold, beautiful board book features six essential facial expressions: happy, sad, angry, surprised, silly, and sleepy. The idea is simple: Show a large, establishing image of a baby’s face, then children making the same face, then ask the reader to find that baby among several other faces. The very last spread includes all of the baby faces and a mirror so babies can watch themselves make every face imaginable.

Today I Feel . . .

An Alphabet of Emotions

Author: Madalena Moniz

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN: 1683350421

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 64

View: 1349

Beautifully illustrated by Madalena Moniz’s subtle watercolors, Today I Feel . . . follows a child through a whole range of emotions, from adored to curious to strong. Not all of the emotions are positive and not all of them are simple, but they are all honest and worthy of discussion with a young child.

There Are No Animals in This Book (Only Feelings)

Author: Chani Sanchez

Publisher: powerHouse Books

ISBN: 1576876446


Page: 40

View: 5634

Offers a whimsical look at feelings and how they appear, from which animals are expressly forbidden, but show up anyway, in a book illustrated with works from such contemporary artists as Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, and Takashi Murakami.

Glad Monster, Sad Monster

Author: N.A

Publisher: LB Kids

ISBN: 9780316573955

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 7820

Glad, sad, silly, mad - monsters have all kinds of different feelings! In this innovative die-cut book, featuring a snazzy foil cover, you'll try on funny masks as you walk through the wide range of moods all little monsters (and kids!) experience. Here's a fun, interactive way to explore the many different ways we feel! Caldecott Medal-winning author/artist Ed Emberley provides readers with an imaginatively crafted book that helps children identify and understand their emotions. Visit him at his Web site:


Author: Aliki

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 068806518X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 6442

Happy, sad, shy, excited--how do you feel? Sometimes it's hard to explain you feelings. Share this book with a friend and you'll both feel terrific!

The Colour Monster

Author: Anna Llenas

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781787412736

Category: Board books

Page: 20

View: 8869

One day, Colour Monster wakes up feeling very confused. His emotions are all over the place; he feels angry, happy, calm, sad and scared all at once! To help him, a little girl shows him what each feeling means through colour. A gentle exploration of feelings for young and old alike.

With My Daddy

A Book of Love and Family

Author: Jo Witek

Publisher: Abrams Appleseed

ISBN: 9781419728228


Page: 34

View: 917

A young girl describes all of the wonderful feelings she has while spending time with her father, knowing that they love one another no matter what.

A Little Book about Feelings

Author: Abbie Schiller,Sam Kurtzman-Counter

Publisher: Rubys Studio

ISBN: 9780615651354

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 30

View: 514

Explains what feelings are and discusses how to recognize and understand them.

Sometimes I Feel Blue

A Book About Expressing Your Feelings

Author: Margi Smith

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1491865423

Category: Art

Page: 32

View: 4705

Everyone has different feelings at different times; sometimes things are good, and sometimes they are bad. While you may want to express yourself to others, it’s not always easy to tell people how you are feeling with words. Sometimes I Feel Blue explores some of the ways you can express your feelings that don’t use words. You can draw or paint, using colors and showing how you feel with paints or crayons or pencils. You can also dance and sing or wiggle and giggle. Sometimes pretending is a good way to show how you feel. You can take a walk or play on swings or laugh or cry or make silly faces. There are so many things you can do to share what you are feeling and so many ways to express yourself. In this illustrated children’s guide, a little girl who likes to color her feelings explores how children can express themselves to others through a variety of activities.

Hurty Feelings

Author: Helen Lester,Lynn Munsinger

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0544106229

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 3682

It looks like trouble when Fragility, a hippopotamus whose feelings are easily hurt, meets Rudy, a rude elephant, on the soccer field.

Wanted! Ralfy Rabbit, Book Burglar

Author: Emily MacKenzie

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408843110

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 1330

Some rabbits dream about lettuces and carrots, others dream of flowering meadows and juicy dandelions, but Ralfy dreams only of books. In fact, he doesn't just dream about them, he wants to read them ALL THE TIME. Soon his obsession sends him spiralling into a life of crime! A wonderfully funny story from a talented new author/illustrator. Brilliantly read by Lenny Henry. Please note that audio is not supported by all devices, please consult your user manual for confirmation.

The Magic Coloring Book of Feelings

Author: Robert P. Bowman,Kim Frank

Publisher: Youthlight Incorporated

ISBN: 9781889636412

Category: Education

Page: 120

View: 8299

Pages that flip to show color pictures, black and white pictures, or blank pages can be used to teach children about their feelings.

F*ck Feelings

One Shrink's Practical Advice for Managing All Life's Impossible Problems

Author: Michael Bennett, MD,Sarah Bennett

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1476789991

Category: Psychology

Page: 384

View: 7319

The only self-help book you'll ever need, from a psychiatrist and his comedy writer daughter, who will help you put aside your unrealistic wishes, stop trying to change things you can't change, and do the best with what you can control—the first steps to managing all of life's impossible problems. Need to stop screwing up? Feel like you're under a loser's curse? Work with an ass? Want to clear your name or get justice, rescue an addicted person, get closure after childhood abuse, get a lover to commit, not ruin your kid? Although other self-help books claim to reveal the path to happiness, F*ck Feelings warns that convincing yourself that there is such a path will actually lead you to feel like a true failure. What the Bennetts can promise you is that you can manage any situation life throws at you if you can keep your sense of humor, bend your wishes to fit reality, restrain your feelings, manage bad behavior, and do what you think is right. Life is hard. It's not fair. Our feelings cloud our rationality, and we become tangled in our efforts to achieve the impossible or change the unchangeable. In this groundbreaking, entirely sensible, and funny book, the Bennetts open the shrinks' secret solution manual and show you how to find a new kind of freedom by working toward realistic goals and doing the best with what you can control. They address the most common problems Dr. Bennett's patients bring to his private practice—problems with family, love, work, self-esteem, garden variety assholes, and more—and give you a script for going forward. With no-bullshit advice from a Harvard-educated shrink freed of all jargon and patronization by his smart-ass, comedy writer daughter,F*ck Feelings is the cut-to-the-chase therapy session you've been looking for.