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Everybody Feels..Happy or Angry Books Review

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Everybody feels…Angry! and Everybody Feels..Happy! are great books from Scholastic to address emotions with our young readers. As children, they might not be able to understand why they feel a certain way when certain situations happen in their lives. Therefore, I think books about feelings are great to teach kids how to handle their emotions better.

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Both the books revolve around the lives of Sophie and Ethan and their feelings while playing with their friends. There is actually more than one feeling presented in each book.

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The colourful illustrations make the book very attractive to young readers. The words are short and descriptive. The story line takes readers from before to what happened and how they solved their problems.

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It showed that talking about our feelings to friends or family is a good way to overcome how we feel. Mostly importantly, it highlights that it is ok and normal for us to feel a certain way. What’s more important to be learned is how to handle it so we can take control of our feelings.

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Jordan my 5 year old is trying to show me his angry face. He’s looking more funny than angry I would say. Scholastic really have a wide range of books for all ages.

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I love you too! By Eve Bunting

My children really grew up with Scholastic books. Today’s review is I Love You Too! By Eve Bunting illustrated by Melissa Sweet. This is a very high quality hard cover book, and really even the pages are hard cover. There is no fear of this book ever tearing. It makes a really beautiful gift to… Continue Reading

Fly Guy Fun Readers by Ted Arnold

My kids are slowly, or maybe quickly, turning into bookworms. Now I have to feed them books for breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper.Try reading a long wordy book for bedtime, probably very soon the sun will rise. It is quite hard for us to get the kids to sleep early. Reading helps to settle them… Continue Reading

Reading with Preschoolers with Scholastic

Thanks Scholastics for these books, Pig The Pug and Willbee The Bumblebee, two of the favs of the bunch for Jordan who is four. Both of these books have bright beautiful illustrations and an easy way to read. WillBee The Bumblebee by Craig Smith Synopsis A catchy song with endearing illustrations that will have you buzzing!… Continue Reading

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