In this title, children explore the reasons why they may feel sad, how to recognize feelings of sadness, and appropriate action to take when they have sad feelings.
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An entry in the Feelings series, this small, slim title about sadness will be a great discussion starter with young children who are just beginning to name their emotions. Each spread begins with a simple, succinct question, such as "What is sadness?" and "Why do I feel sad?" The answers, written in basic words and only one or two sentences, offer concrete definitions ("Sadness is a feeling. . . . Everyone has different feelings all the time") and clear, supportive advice ("If you feel sad, tell someone. No one will think you are being silly. People will want to help"). Cheerful, cartoonish, mixed-media illustrations of kids in familiar settings at school and at home echo the words' reassuring tone. A picture quiz about feelings and a short glossary close this sensitive title. Gillian Engberg
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Book Description Heinemann, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111403493006