With more than 60 fiction and nonfiction titles for children to her credit, Aliki has been delighting her many fans since her first book was published in 1960. Born in New Jersey, she now lives in New York City.
Aliki's books for young readers include the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out titles Digging Up Dinosaurs, Fossils Tell of Long Ago, My Feet, and My Hands. Other nonfiction books by Aliki include How a Book Is Made, Mummies Made in Egypt, My Visit to the Aquarium, My Visit to the Dinosaurs, My Visit to the Zoo, Wild and Woolly Mammoths, and William Shakespeare & the Globe.
Some of the exchanges between the characters in this book are not helpful for kids, some of the words they use (one child might call another stupid, I can't remember without the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Eisele
I remember this and 'Manners' from my childhood. I bought them and my two year old loves them. She really learned a lot from the simple comic book style.Published 5 months ago by Marlee K Nelson
I bought this book for my 3 year old daughter because I'm a child psychologist and that's what we do: we buy books about feelings. But this book is awful. Read morePublished 7 months ago by smh16
Excellent little book to use with children who have a hard identifying or empathizing with others feelings.Published 9 months ago by Kaydi
Such a great, great book. Really sweet, love the story about being insecure about giving a homemade birthday gift.Published 11 months ago by Erin W
The book itself is great, but it is for older kids since the pictures are very small and the conversations stated on them are a bit beyond the comprehension of my son, who is 2.5. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tati
does not read like a story but like a comic book. mostly pictures then you need to explain them to your chidPublished 13 months ago by jghmom
Great for use with kiddos with social skills training! Kids love it, funny book that they want to re-read! Awesome!Published 15 months ago by MonYon
Yes, the kids in this book express actual feelings: Jealousy, sadness, rage, impatience. They feel them, they acknowledge them, the little birds comment on them. Read morePublished 18 months ago by A. Conrad