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Saturday, November 14, 2020

Bea Reviews I Feel... by DJ Corchin

I Feel...Children's Book Series 
Read As A Stand Alone: Yes
Publisher: Sourcebooks Explore 
Source: the publisher in exchange for an honest review
Release Date: August 25th, 2020
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Blurb from goodreads:

Explore the complex world of feelings with the fun and uplifting I Feel... series!

Sometimes I feel happy.
Sometimes I feel sad.
Sometimes I feel angry and want to be bad.
So many emotions. How do I deal?
I need to remember, it's okay that I feel.

Kids experience countless emotions every day but often don't know how to recognize, express, or deal with them. I Feel... is a simple, silly book that offers a great way for kids to talk about different emotions and discover it's all right to feel them all! With fun, witty illustrations and simple, straightforward text, this book makes it easy for kids to identify their own emotions—and have fun too. 

My Thoughts:

"I Feel" is a deceptively simple book that talks about emotions in a fun and accessible manner. With large, colorful and expressive illustrations and clear and simple language, the book engages young children. It makes them smile, laugh, and ask questions. The book offers bright and engaging illustrations of faces and clearly labels the feelings and emotions expressed on them. It acknowledges that feelings can be overwhelming and is never condescending or patronizing. At the back of the book are activities and questions that parents, care-givers, and educators can use in conjunction with the child or children to further feelings and how to handle them.   

"I Feel" is a thoughtful and respectful look at emotions and how they make us feel. I recommend it for anyone who has, cares for, or cares about a young child.

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