Big round heads, stick-figure bodies, bold outlines, and vibrant colors mark the work of the creator of such lovably goofy books as The Okay Book and Zoo Do's and Don'ts. Straightforward feelings (lonely, scared, brave) are interspersed with less conventional, but equally valid feelings ("Sometimes I feel like standing on my head"), encouraging children to identify and label their constantly shifting emotions. Grownups can validate young readers as they read and chuckle together and discuss all the feelings they might experience in a given day. Parr's childlike illustrations are tremendously appealing to one and all. (Ages 3 to 6) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
My 3 year old loves this book and has it memorized. The other day we went to Costco and he saw another kid and asks me "mommy, how is that boy feeling". Read morePublished 2 days ago by S. Forrester
I buy these books for my autistic son and he really enjoys them.Published 1 month ago by nildacortes
My almost two year old loves this! He has to read it at least three times before he moves on to another book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by stephanie taylor
I love all of Todd Parr's books for my 8 month old. They are so sweet and creative. My baby loves the illustrations.Published 2 months ago by kelly komlen
Bought for my Nephew that suffers with Asperger's syndrome. This is fantastic for him and the cards are great too. My sister has been more than happy with the gift 😃. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Johnson
I purchased the book for my LEAD 1st grade class. The pictures and short sentences were able to hold their attention. They enjoyed the lessonPublished 7 months ago by Nicole Gleeton
Although this book was colorful and cute, to say it is a book about feelings is inaccurate. Yes, there were a couple of feelings. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Susan