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I feel happy : why do I feel happy today?

"I Feel Happy is the ideal board book to help children understand how happiness works for them. It is often difficult for children, and adults, to articulate their emotions and to understand why they act the way they do....

Choose kindness —Ohi, Ruth, author, illustrator.

"Bunny is having a tough morning, but manages to brighten up and get out the door. Pretty soon Bunny comes across Beetle, who needs a little cheering too. Bunny can do that! Bunny and Beetle band together and they come a...

Mad, mad, mad —Patricelli, Leslie, author, illustrator.

Sometimes Baby is sad. And sometimes mad, mad, MAD! Baby screams and falls to the floor, and a spectacular tantrum follows, from furious crying to the final flop. What happens when Baby wants to stop, but even hugging a ...

Inside out

Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it's no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions ; Joy, Fear, Anger...

Emotions —Billings, Patricia, author.

Emotions helps young children enrich their vocabulary and deepen their understanding of different emotions they feel.

Baby faces : feelings.

"A perfect first book of emotions, illustrated with real photos!"--Back cover.

The way I feel —Cain, Janan, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and rhyming text portray children experiencing a range of emotions, including frustration, shyness, jealousy, and pride.

I feel proud : why do I feel proud today?

Help young children develop emotional intelligence, feel proud of themselves, and celebrate their achievements with this illustrated board book.

My mixed emotions : help your kids handle their feelings —Greenwood, Elinor, author.

This thoughtful, engaging book is packed with helpful hints, tips, and techniques for helping children learn to recognize and express their emotions. Feelings can be complicated, and learning to express them is a skill t...

I am (not) scared —Kang, Anna, author.

Two fuzzy creatures go to an amusement park and discover that being frightened may not be as scary as one thinks.

Emotional intelligence —Goleman, Daniel.

"Drawing on groundbreaking brain and behavioral research, Goleman shows the factors at work when people of high IQ flounder and those of modest IQ do surprisingly well. These factors, which include self-awareness...

How emotions are made : the secret life of the brain —Barrett, Lisa Feldman, author.

"Emotions feel automatic, like uncontrollable reactions to things we think and experience. Scientists have long supported this assumption by claiming that emotions are hardwired in the body or the brain. Today, however, ...

A little scribble spot —Alber, Diane, author.

It's healthy to experience emotions, but sometimes they get jumbled together and make us confused. This book helps us identify and manage our emotions.

Sweep —Greig, Louise, author.

"Ed's bad mood begins as something really small, hardly a thing at all. But before long it grows, gathers pace, and spreads through the whole town. Can Ed sweep his troubles away?"--Provided by publisher.

Little Monkey calms down —Dahl, Michael, author.

Little Monkey feels sad, mad and angry all at once--he needs to learn how to calm down.

How do I feel? : a little guide to my emotions

"It is often difficult for children, and adults, to articulate their emotions and to understand why they act the way they do. This colorful illustrated board book encourages pre-schoolers to understand what is happening ...

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