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Feeling Happy: A Turn-and-learn Emotions Book (Pbs Kids) Board book – September 30, 2006
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1. Learn about feelings
2. Label what they feel with its name "sad" "glad" "happy"
3. Identify how their friends might be feeling based on facial expressions
4. Learn how what they do can impact on how their friends feel
Children are not innate creatures. Children become what they are taught. While some children may be naturally more empathic than others, all children need to learn about emotions and how what they do can cause a reaction in others.
This book is a great tool for parents, teachers, babysitters, clinicians and social workers alike. The pictures and interactive turning wheel make the book less "therapy tool" and more "great read!" for little kids, and the pages are thick and easy to turn for even the clumsiest of chubby little fingers.