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When I Feel Good about Myself (Way I Feel) Paperback – January 1, 2003
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Martha Topol, Traverse Area District Library, Traverse City, MI
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Most of us didn't learn, as children, how to take care of our emotions. Yet this is a crucial part of our learning for life. My books aim to help children (and their parents and caregivers) see that all emotions are important, universal, and can be managed successfully. "When I feel____, I know what to do!"
My children's books also seek to help children who are facing difficult situations such as divorce. It can be comforting to see that one is not alone, and that feelings can be shared. And I try to help children learn that their bodies belong to them, which helps to protect them from sexual abuse.
In December, 2010, my memoir, MISSING, was published, and it, too, is about emotion. My mother (that's her picture, at sixteen, on the cover, and her diary entry) was not helped with her childhood grief. I wish that she, as a child, had had a book that might have helped her. MISSING is about mothers and daughters, and family legacies, and all the ways that people, love, and opportunities for healing are missed--but also about how love and healing do happen.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought this book for my stepson who is such a perfectionist with his homework, that he cries when he makes mistakes. I've often times tell him that we all make mistakes, and we should always try our best. This book has opened him up to speak more about his issues, and help him understand that there are people who love him no matter what. He always feels better after we read it together.
The book is short and straight to the point, and anyone can relate to the story. And when I say short, you will have no problem reading this every night without begging for the book to end soon (some children's books are just too tedious!).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wonderful. Self-esteem is so important for little girls and I'm really worried that it is not something that will come naturally...Published 9 months ago by Mae
I didn't wind up keeping this for my child, as it was way to "young" for her. Would be good for 1 to 3-year-olds.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good book! Cute illustrations! Short and sweet and to the point. Very good for young children!Published 17 months ago by ray charles
Positive options and I think it was a very easy read with tons of ideas. Step to step options. :)Published 22 months ago by Joseph Caruso
Cheer on young ones to feel better about themselves. The pages have just enough information for lots of discussion about how different kids are that is fine. Read morePublished on January 23, 2014 by Sandy Adams
I really liked the book, it is for a bit older age than my grandson needs, but he will grow into itPublished on March 21, 2013 by Little D