A Whole Bunch of Feelings
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Emotional literacy is as necessary as learning the ABCs. If your young child is unable to identify and manage his own emotions, or if he doesn’t understand others’ emotions, then successful relationships will never happen. A Whole Bunch of Feelings will help give your child the language of feelings and offers suggestions on how to manage them.
Each of the 44 feelings is explored on a colorful two-page spread with a descriptive paragraph your child can relate to. Research shows that for little ones, picture books offer an additional tool for teaching emotional literacy because the illustrations serve as visual context clues. A Whole Bunch of Feelings accomplishes this beautifully.
Author: Jennifer Moore-Mallinos and Gustavo Mazali
Size: 8 1/2 x 9 7/16
Publish Date: 2018
Publisher's Age Recommendation: 5-8
review by The Learning Momma
“A Whole Bunch of Feelings is a beautiful book for your library collection, and I would definitely recommend it for all families. The more we understand and accept all of these big feelings, the easier life is to process and muddle through.”Read the Review
This is a really great book with beautiful illustrations of every emotion under the sun. We often read this book before bed. We usually just go through one or two different emotions and talk about them together. Highly recommend!
This is a beautiful book, full of different emotions which are well described to be accessible to young kids.
Goes far beyond basic 'happy, sad ,angry' to give kids a great emotional vocabulary.
We loved the simplicity of this book as we dove into emotional understanding with our daughter. It helped us to be more mindful even as parents in helping her discern her feelings.
It was ok we went through it pretty quick and gave us a few topics to talk about. I wouldn't buy it again
We have been reading one emotion each week and focusing on that. My daughter who is three refers back to the pages. She really likes it and I’m surprised by how much she seems to retain . Great tool for starting a discussion about feelings