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As You Like It
These are books about a variety of different feelings.
A is Amazing: Poems About Feelings
A unique anthology of poems about feelings, by 29 poets.
A Terrible Thing Happened
Homes, Margaret M.
After Sherman sees something terrible happen, he becomes anxious and then angry, but when a counselor helps him talk about these emotions he feels better.
Best Best Friends
Mary and Clare do everything together at preschool, but Mary's birthday celebration puts a strain on the girls' friendship.
Duck and Goose: How Are You Feeling?
J BOARDBK HILLS
Friends Duck and Goose experience many emotions, from sadness and anger to pride and frustration.
F Is for Feelings
Friendly and positive, this picture book uses an alphabet-book format to share and reinforce emotional language and the ideas that while some feelings are more comfortable than others, all emotions are natural and important. Charming, colorful illustrations accompany the sweet and simple text.
Pictures, dialogs, poems, and stories portray various emotions we all feel: jealousy, sadness, fear, anger, joy, love, and others.
Feelings to Share from A to Z
Snow, Todd and Peggy
Colorful illustrations and rhyming text introduce words that express feelings and emotions.
Glad Monster, Sad Monster
Monsters of different colors explain what makes them feel glad, sad, loving, worried, silly, and angry. Fold-out masks encourage readers to talk about their feelings.
Happy Angry Sad
Genechten, Guido van
J BOARDBK GENEC
In this book some animals are the odd ones out: they look different or do something different from the rest. Can you help find them?
Happy Hippo, Angry Duck
J BOARDBK BOYNT
Clever animals exemplify a wide range of emotions in this hilarious story about different feelings.
Miller, Connie Colwell
Photographs and short rhyming verses describe how it feels to be happy.
Happy Sad Silly Mad: My World Makes Me Feel
Mitchell, John E.
Explores how different things make us feel.
Hope is an Open Heart
Photographs and rhythmic text explore the meaning of hope and celebrate its power, especially in difficult times.
How Do You Feel?
A young chimp describes a variety of emotions he experiences.
How Does Baby Feel?
J BOARDBK KATZ
"Little ones can lift the large, sturdy flaps in this book to find a happy baby, a hungry baby, a sleepy baby, and more!"--P.  of cover.
I Feel Happy, and Sad, and Angry, and Glad
Canine friends express a wide range of emotions as they play, argue, and make up.
I'm Busy: A Feelings Story
A young boy has a birthday party and tells about the different feelings he and his friends have before, during, and after the party.
I'm Happy and Other Fun Feelings
Using simple illustrations and examples, teaches young kids different words to use for positive feelings.
I'm Sad and Other Tricky Feelings
Using simple illustrations and examples, teaches young kids different words to use for negative feelings.
I'm Tired and Other Body Feelings
Using simple illustrations and examples, teaches young kids different words to use for physical feelings.
In My Heart: A Book of Feelings
A young girl explores what different emotions feel like, such as happiness which makes her want to twirl, or sadness which feels as heavy as an elephant.
Jayden the dinosaur is jealous of everything, from his friend's toys to this cousin's vacations. Children can follow along as Jayden learns to appreciate his own unique skills and possessions to keep his jealously under control. Includes notes for parents and teachers and a listing of other resources to help children cope with their emotions. Ideal for individual reading or sharing with a group.
Kevin's Big Book of Emotions
Feelings and emotions are part of everyone's life. We feel different things all day long as different things happen to us. Emotions and feelings play an important part of Kevin's daily life. Sometimes Kevin feels angry, sad, or afraid. And sometimes Kevin feels happy...
L is for Loving: An ABC for the Way You Feel
An alphabet book presenting the range of emotions that we may feel, from angelic to zippy.
Let's Talk about When Your Mom or Dad Is Unhappy
Helmer, Diana Star
Explains the difference between being sad and being clinically depressed and discusses ways a child can deal with having a parent who is sad or depressed.
My Friend Is Sad
When Gerald the Elephant is sad, Piggie is determined cheer him up, but finds after many tries that it only takes the simplest thing to change Gerald's mood.
With the drama, debate, and chess clubs at school and karate, ballet, and bagpipe lessons at home, Andrew's busy schedule doesn't leave any time for fun.
"Describes respect as a virtue and suggests ways in which children can recognize and practice being respectful such as considering others' feelings"--Amazon.com.
"Photographs and short rhyming verses describe how it feels to be sad"--Provided by publisher.
Photographs and short rhyming verses describe how it feels to be scared.
Shy Spaghetti and Excited Eggs
Helps young readers learn to recognize and identify different emotions, and explains what to do when those emotions get too big or become out of control.
So Many Feelings: Sign Language for Feelings & Emotions
Playful stories in simple rhymes introduce the American Sign Language signs for feelings and emotions.
Sometimes Bad Things Happen
Mentions some of the bad things that happen in the world and presents some positive ways to respond to them.
Sophie the dinosaur is super shy. She gets embarrassed at parties, around new people, and even at school. Children can follow along as Sophie learns to believe in herself and leave her shyness behind. Includes notes for parents and teachers and a listing of other resources to help children cope with their emotions. Ideal for individual reading or sharing with a group.
The Feelings Book
Children express different moods, including "I feel very mad," "I feel like reading books all day," and "I feel like wearing funny underwear."
The Great Big Book of Feelings
Explores the host of emotions that children can feel, including happiness, sadness, anger, loneliness, fear, and embarrassment.
The Honest-to-Goodness Truth
McKissack, Patricia C.
After promising never to lie, Libby learns that it's not always necessary to blurt out the whole truth either.
The Story of My Feelings
Presents words and music to a simple song celebrating emotions and the value of expressing them.
Today I Feel Silly and Other Moods That Make My Day
Curtis, Jamie Lee
A child's emotions range from silliness to anger to excitement, coloring and changing each day.
Invites children to sense, explore, and befriend any feeling with acceptance and equanimity. Children can explore their emotions with their senses and nurture a sense of mindfulness. Gaining this objectivity allows space for a more considered response to the feelings.
Walter Was Worried
Seeger, Laura V.
Children's faces, depicted with letters of the alphabet, react to the onset of a storm and its aftermath in this picture book, accompanied by simple alliterative text.
When I Feel Sad
A young guinea pig describes situations that make him sad, how it feels to be sad, and how he can feel better.
When I'm Jealous
A fictional story presents jealousy as a normal part of life and discusses how to deal with it. Includes a parents' guide in a question-and-answer format with examples and suggestions.
When You Are Happy
A young child learns that love complements every mood.
William Worrysaurus was a little dinosaur with big worries. He worried every day about everything, from being scared of the dark to not being as good as his friends. Will he ever be able to stop worrying? A perfect book to share with children to show that everyone has worries, whether big or small, but that there are ways of coping with these feelings. Includes notes for parents and teachers on how to share this book to help children learn about their emotions.