Order Code: PAR122   
Connect with a representative to create a custom curriculum for your district.

By Janan Cain. Wonderfully imaginative full-color drawings combine with snappy rhymes to show kids that feelings are neither good nor bad—they just are. Children learn how to identify and express 13 different emotions: silly, scared, disappointed, happy, sad, angry, thankful, frustrated, shy, bored, excited, jealous, and proud. A final quatrain reinforces the main message ("Feelings come and feelings go/I never know what they’ll be/Silly or angry, happy or sad/They’re all a part of me!"), and a concluding page offers advice to adults for using the book to discuss emotions with young children. Grades K–3. 9" x 10". Parenting Press. 32 pages. ©2000.

The Way I Feel somehow manages to stress the importance of recognizing your feelings, without preaching. The illustrations are just plain funny.”
ForeWord This Week (more reviews)

Winner—2005 Teacher’s Choice Awardemotionsitems

Read More

Grades K-3