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.
Illustrations are really eye-catching, even to a one year old. Great message about identifying feelings. Perfect for toddlers. Like Todd Parr's Love Book as well.Published 21 days ago by New Mommy
I feel...disappointed. Which is an actual emotion. There are very few emotions represented in this book and mostly thoughts (which people confuse with feelings when they say "I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Liss
A wonderful book I would and have suggest this book to any motherPublished 2 months ago by mary ann fascetti
Thought book would be more descriptive of different feelings but is more about possible feelings towards stuff.Published 3 months ago by Chris Headley
Never can go wrong with Todd Parr. Wish he had more books available in board book format!Published 4 months ago by Anna8anana
Love these books! Not too long...not too short...just right. Gift for my Grandson (9 months) the pictures caught his attention immediately.Published 6 months ago by Lynne P