When I Feel Sad (The Way I Feel Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-07 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 73 user ratings

" Great collection to help our little ones communicate their feelings " said.

" Helps kids identify when and why they feel sad and lets them know it's okay to be happy. " said.

" I am not sure how I feel about this book. I can't decide if they are helpful for kids to be able to express how they are feeling or if the message they are conveying takes precedence over telling a really good story that could have done the same thing. " said.

" I've been collecting all these Cornelia Spelman books about feelings for the library. They are good for guidance class or other classroom discussions with younger students about dealing with feelings appropriately (or even identifying feelings). " said.

" This is a good book for exploring feelings of sadness and how to deal with it. Our girls liked the book, but it wasn't so much of a story as a cute and fuzzy self-help book for kids, just like the book about jealousy that we read by the same author. I thought it was okay. It was too overt about the issue; I think books that are tell a story with the theme woven throughout the tale are more effective. " said.

"I liked this book by Cornelia Maude Spelman, because it was simple and straightforward and definitely applicable to young kids exploring new feelings and understanding them. The illustrations by Kathy Parkinson were simple and sweet, showing a little hamster feeling sad in different situations and eventually understanding that it is completely okay to feel sad sometimes.

This would be a great read aloud for preschool or kindergarten because this age level is still navigating through their feelings and there will definitely be times in the younger classrooms where they will see their peers feeling sad. This is a very simple book targeted for young ages, and having it in a pre-k classroom would help students feel comfortable with their feelings.

The language in this book is very simple and would be easy for younger kids to understand and follow.
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" Picture bookI'm still looking for good books for emotional intelligence. this did a good job explaining that it's okay to feel sad. I would use this with a whole class or an individual student. " said.

" The book tells of different things that might make us sad, and different things that will help us get over being sad. But what I liked most was the part where we are told that it's okay to be sad. " said.

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