When I Feel Angry

Author: Cornelia M. Spelman

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 694

Anger is a scary emotion for young children, their parents, and caregivers. As this little bunny experiences the things that make her angry, she also learns ways to deal with her anger—ways that won’t hurt others. This is a fixed-format ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book.

When I Feel Worried

Author: Cornelia M. Spelman

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 522

Everybody worries. Children worry, too—in new or confusing situations, or when someone is angry with them. This new addition to the acclaimed The Way I Feel Series uses reassuring words and touching illustrations to address a child’s anxieties and shows him ways to help him feel better. Cornelia Maude Spelman and Kathy Parkinson team up once again to provide a comforting and empowering book that’s helpful to all families. Includes a foreword for parents and caregivers. This is a fixed-format ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book.

The Way I Feel

Author: Janan Cain

Publisher: Parenting Press, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 18

View: 545

Illustrations and rhyming text portray children experiencing a range of emotions, including frustration, shyness, jealousy, and pride.

Your Emotions: I Feel Angry

Author: Brian Moses

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 890

Young children experience many confusing emotions in their early years and I feel Angry looks at the emotion anger, in light-hearted but ultimately reassuring way. This picture book examines how and why people get angry, illustrates scenarios of people behaving angrily, and the best way to deal with it with age-appropriate content. Ideal for home or the classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with anger. Filled with colourful illustrations by the every-popular, award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.

I Feel Angry

Author: Brian Moses

Publisher: Your Emotions

ISBN:

Category: Anger

Page: 32

View: 325

Young children experience many confusing emotions in their early years and I feel Angry looks at the emotion anger, in light-hearted but ultimately reassuring way. This picture book examines how and why people get angry, illustrates scenarios of people behaving angrily, and the best way to deal with it with age-appropriate content. Ideal for home or the classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with anger. Filled with colourful illustrations by the every-popular, award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.

I Feel Angry

Author: Marcia Leonard

Publisher: Candy Cane Press

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 150

For ages baby to pre-school. This book is one of a series designed to help you and your child to talk about their feelings of anger. Here are practical suggestions for dealing with those feelings. Parents can use this little book as a way to help the child to control anger.

Reaching the Pinnacle of Your Emotions

Author: Vincent Carotenuto

Publisher: Vincent Carotenuto

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 84

View: 461

Reaching the Pinnacle of Your Emotions is a self-improvement book that shows the reader how to control their emotions and live a fulfilling life filled with joy. Unlike many other self-improvement books, Reaching the Pinnacle of Your Emotions does not contain hard concepts and technical lanaguage that confuses the reader. We all have emotions, so why not make those emotions positive on a daily basis?

How I Feel - Angry

Author: Marcia Leonard

Publisher: Smart Kids Pub

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 280

Describes, in simple terms, situations which make us angry and how to cope with feelings of anger.

I Feel Scared

Author: Marcia Leonard

Publisher: Candy Cane Press

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 863

For ages baby to pre-school. This book is one of a series designed to help you and your child to talk about their feelings of fright. Here are practical suggestions for dealing with those feelings. Parents can use this little book as a way to help the child to control fear.

Diary for a Daughter

August 1969 - August 1970

Author: Katherine Dickson

Publisher: Katherine Dickson Books

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 116

View: 905

Diary for a Daughter is a personal account of how having a daughter changes one woman's life. It is the story of one woman's experience of herself during these changes and traces her journey toward increasing psychological and emotional wholeness and happiness. The birth of the daughter coincides with the family's move to a new house and the mother's concerns about her own ability to make a home for her family in a tract house in a development. Three weeks before her daughter is born she and her husband move into the new house. She has had strong misgivings about the tract house in a development because it symbolizes what she hates in American life. The happiness she feels she attributes to pregnancy euphoria and after the birth she explores her feelings about the house. She comes to understand that one does not find the house of one's dreams, one creates it. She discovers that she is in the very situation she has avoided all her life, and realizes that the painful feelings associated with her mother, her early experiences of home, hearth, and domesticity are the issues she must face rather than the issue of living in a suburban tract house versus living in the city. She tries to deal with her fears, anxiety, and inner demons and decides that when she was single she needed the city for survival. To avoid regrets and resentment, she and her husband gradually work through questions of power, sex, and money. She experiences a sense of psychic victory and knows that she not only has a right to be happy, she has a right to be angry. She then attempts to create a happy, interesting emotional experience for her family four. The point or purpose of the work is to both present a unique personal account of individual growth as well as to present those aspects of a major experience which are universal. What is valuable and interesting about this journey is that it is told from the woman's point of view and the woman's experience through diary or journal format.