Cornelia Maude Spelman is a writer, artist, and clinical social worker who writes about taking care of emotions and relationships in the lives of children and families. She wrote 8 books in The Way I Feel series:
Anger is a scary emotion for young children, their parents, and caregivers. As this little bunny experiences the things that make her angry, she also learns ways to deal with her anger— ways that won't hurt others.This comforting and direct story will help children cope with their anger and, at the same time, help them understand that anger is a normal feeling.
“I feel good about myself. Somebody loves me just as I am. I don’t have to look like anyone else, be the same size, or do the same things. It’s fine to be me.” When I Feel Good About Myself offers children positive and upbeat examples about the value of being themselves. A young guinea pig and friends show how they feel good about themselves in common situations that will be easy for readers to relate to. The text and art aim to foster self-esteem and independence.
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