When I Feel set of 12 titles each having colourful illustrations, points for discussion, fun facts and more.
Note for Parents and Educators:
When I feel set of 12 titles is a series of books that help the child explore the different feelings that he or she experiences every day in different ways. Each book has a story featuring a feeling or an emotion which the child can easily recognize, understand and feel. The story also features a unique character and an enjoyable narrative that makes it fun for the child to read. Designed with colourful, story-based illustrations, simple and clear text, each book has 16 pages to explain and discuss the feeling or emotion. Do read and reread the book with your child as each time there will unfold a new perspective to the emotion.
This book contains:
A short story
Synonyms to the emotion
Questions and Answers
Through these, the child can be led to explore each feeling, learn about the situations in which he or she could experience feeling different emotions and discuss how to deal in the best possible way with what happens after.
When I Feel … 12 titles available:
When I Feel Afraid – Fear is a common feeling but should it keep us from doing things? Baby Seahorse is not sure.
When I Feel Angry – Angry Fummi is rathe radorable, except for his frown and his temper. Help the child explore his own feelings of anger, as Fummi’s story unfolds in this book.
When I Feel Bored – Lulu is bored. How is she going to amuse herself? She tries to, as she meets the hens, the pig, the puppy and others.
When I Feel Brave – All of us dream of being very brave, much like the heroes and heroines we adore. However, what is being brave really about? Read the story of Zeno, the tiniest elf, and how one brave act makes everyone proud of him.
When I Feel Caring – Rovi visits the park as part of a school trip and comes upon an injured bird. What happens next helps the reader discover what caring is all about.
When I Feel Greedy – Juju Monkey is greedy. He can’t stop with one. But being greedy leads to a rather unhappy ending.
When I Feel Happy – The chirping of a bird, dancing in the rain… Read about how Nishu discovers the feeling of happiness.
When I Feel Impatient – Baby Dragon is in a hurry to grow up and breathe fire. Mum tells him why it cannot be so. However, Baby Dragon is impatient and puts himself in danger.
When I Feel Jealous – Lolo is jealous of her brother Bobo. This makes her behave rather badly, with a rather sticky ending. Curious? Read on to find out what Lolo did, in this book, that is part of a series of 12 titles.
When I Feel Sad – Spooky is a sad ghost. Find out why in When I feel Sad. Read Spooky’s story, discuss his feelings, ponder over questions and answers, and discover what being sad means in this tale that has a happy ending.
When I Feel Shy – Shy Dino cannot sing in front of people. How does she overcome this shyness?
When I Feel Surprise – Surprises can be good; they can be bad as well. What does Rivu do to surprise Santa? Is it a good surprise?
Recommended Age: 4 – 7 years
Pages: 16 per book