PreSchool-Grade 1-Many readers will find themselves represented in this multicultural array of close-up images of children displaying their emotions. From grumpy squints, excited grins, and surprised shouts, the photos move to whimsical curiosity, sadness (complete with tears), and sleepy yawns. Most pages clearly capture the precise quality they attempt to portray, particularly the twisted mouth of "confused" and the classic pout of "grumpy." Others are more subtle, such as "thoughtful" and "proud," or "frightened." This collection provides youngsters with the necessary labels to discuss their feelings. Whether shared with a group, parents, or a counselor-individually or in a class-this title provides the tools to facilitate discussion about children and their feelings.-Phyllis M. Simon, Bay Shore School District, NY
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Seriously dated. Photo quality is grainy. Overall quality of paper and binding is low. Probably would have made a better board book? Read morePublished 26 days ago by Meg
Do not waste the money. Cards are very small (post-it size), flimsy and thin. The pictures do not depict children having emotions, but children ACTING as if they have emotions... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Neuronicus
Warning: smells heavily of chemicals from print. Strong smell does not fade with time. Do not purchase. Product should not be allowed on the market for toddlers.Published 5 months ago by James Bradford
My 18-month-old can't get enough of this book. After reading it obsessively for a few weeks, she can now tell us when she "feels happy," which is great!Published 8 months ago by Joy