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When I'm Feeling Sad (The Feelings Series) (edição 2018)
por Trace Moroney (Autor)
A little rabbit knows how it feels to be sad and just what to do to feel better.
5 alternates | Inglês | Primary description for language | score: 10
Have you ever been so sad that the world seems gray and droopy? Does being sick or hearing a family argument make you want to cry and cry until it floods? The little rabbit knows how it feels to be sad and just what to do to feel better. Read along, and you too might find that a great big hug is all you need to make the sadness go away.
Inglês | score: 5
The little rabbit knows how it feels to be sad and what to do to feel better. Thinking questions at the back of the book help children review and connect to what they have read.
Inglês | score: 4
Aust'n. Strong feelings are hard to cope with and particularly difficult for small children, who have no experience or perspective. Series specially designed to help young children understand their feelings and to accept them. With touches of humour, and enchanting illustrations, shows a cuddly bunny character in various situations. 3 yrs+
1 alternate | Inglês | score: 2
A little rabbit knows how it feels to be sad and just what to do to feel better. Includes background notes for parents. Suggested level: junior.
Inglês | score: 2
The Feeling series is especially designed to help children better understand their feelings and how to identify, manage and express those feelings in an appropriate and acceptable way ? both to themselves and others. These books provide an invaluable tool to help build confidence, self-esteem and contribute to a healthy emotional foundation upon which children can thrive.
Inglês | score: 1
A little rabbit shows what it's like to be sad and what can be done to feel better.
Inglês | score: 1
Melvil Decimal System (DDC)152.4 — Philosophy and Psychology Psychology Emotions And Senses Emotions
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