A child names and describes the various feelings she experiences and shows it is okay to feel them.
A child explores her feelings, names, and describes them, showing it is okay to have a variety of feelings and that feelings can change depending on the circumstances. With bold, colourful simple illustrations, this book encourages self-awareness and self-acceptance.
- Names and describes various feelings children experience.
- Encourages self-awareness and self-acceptance.
- Bold, simple, and colourful illustrations.
Sara Biviano is a graphic artist and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. She studied cartooning and illustration and has worked predominantly as a textile and clothing designer, specialising in licensed product design and clothing for children. Her artwork is created from a combination of hand drawing, painting, digital art, collage, and photography. She loves inspiring children to be imaginative through art, writing, and creative workshops and lives by the philosophy that one of the best gifts you can give a child is inspiration. Her other loves (besides her family) are art, astronomy, architecture, and gardening.
Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading Levels
Guided Reading Level: L
Grade Level Equivalent: 2
Picture book, SEL-Social, Emotional Learning; feelings, narrative prose, first person point of view, Story elements: setting: plot and character development, figurative language, repeated lines, Concepts; colored text identifies “feeling words”, opposites, Illustrations enhance meaning and tone, Comprehension strategies: Identify cause and effect relationships, literal from non-literal meanings, make text to self connections. Themes: feelings, “its ok to feel this way”.
Interest Age: 4 to 7 years
Reading Age: 7 to 8 years
World rights available, except for Australia, Canada, China, New Zealand, the UK and the US.
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