Let Scholastic Bookshelf be your guide through the whole range of your child s experiences laugh with them, learn with them, read with them Eight classic, best selling titles are available now Category Feelings Amused Confused Frustrated Surprised Try these feelings on for size This is a book that asks all the right questions And leaves you feeling great no matter what the answers are Who d have dreamed that produce could be so expressive, so charming, so lively and so funny Freymann andElffers have created sweet and feisty little beings with feelings, passions, fears and an emotional range that is, well, organic The New York Times Book Review...
|Title||:||How Are You Peeling? (Scholastic Bookshelf)|
|Publisher||:||Scholastic Paperbacks June 1, 2004|
|Number of Pages||:||48 pages|
|File Size||:||999 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
How Are You Peeling? (Scholastic Bookshelf) Reviews
I probably have about 50 kid's books we rotate through, but this is the only one I'll be writing a review on. This one was recommended by a "play therapist" to encourage my 2 year old to be able to feel comfortable talking about her feelings. Each page has pictures of different produce made up to look happy, sad irritated, etc. along with a simple rhyming format "are you happy or mad, angry or sad". After multiple readings I'll ask her to pick out a face with a particular type of emotion, which she loves to do.
I like this book, however I don't love it. The first thing I noticed is that the book is rather low quality. When I buy my children books, I buy hardcover because I want them to last. The pages in this book are like a magazine - very thin.
I ordered this fun book to help my kids explore their feelings. We love the silly things done with veggies and fruit -- and they're learning important ways to help express their feelings.
This book is adorable!!! My second graders love this book. It is very original. We loved the different emotions displayed throughout the book with the variety of fruits. We used this book to talk about emotions on the first day of school. It was a great ice breaker and the kids were laughing and smiling throughout it. Highly recommend to both teachers and parents!
I ordered these books for the preschool classrooms I work with. They've loved them. The photos are colorful and playful, and they teach emotional concepts effectively. The language is simple, but engaging, with plenty of opportunity to expand on children's understanding.
This is the book I ALWAYS give to new parents... This is the first book my son, who is now going to college, loved and he was hard to keep still but he loved the colors and the expressions.
I love this book for teaching social emotional skills. It's easy to discuss reading facial cues to learn other's emotions (His eyes are narrow and his brow is down, he must be angry).
It would not expand to full screen so letters were too small to read. Hardback versión much better. Wish it would enlarge to full screen