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When I'm Feeling: 8 Book Collection Paperback – 1 December 2017
The When Im Feeling... series has been carefully designed to help children better understand their feelings and shares examples of ways to express those feelings in a way that is both appropriate and acceptable to themselves and others. This 8 Book Collection includes the following titles in hardback editions: When Im Feeling Angry, When Im Feeling Happy, When Im Feeling Jealous, When Im Feeling Kind, When Im Feeling Lonely, When Im Feeling Loved, When Im Feeling Sad, When Im Feeling Scared. Helping our young children develop skills to identify and manage their feelings leads to an increase in confidence, self esteem, and an optimistic and hopeful state of mind creating a healthy emotional foundation.
- Publisher : Five Mile (1 December 2017)
- Paperback : 24 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1760681148
- ISBN-13 : 978-1760681142
- Reading age : 1 - 5 years
- Dimensions : 21.6 x 9.2 x 22 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 82,560 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Reviewed in Australia on 9 June 2020
I found the concepts in the books to be very simple and easy for kids to understand but i was very disappointed to learn that they communicate messages which are very old fashion and of at least a century ago - the mum is always the supporting, caring, sensitive and compassionate parent. I am a single dad by choice and i can truly say that this stereotypical approach is wrong. Some mums are very caring, compassionate and sensitive but some are not. The same applies to dads. So sad that a great opportunity was missed out as the character who is a bunny could have been a great platform to use a non gender specific parent. Communicating a message to young kids that only a female mum can be supportive, compassionate and caring is wrong.
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