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A book of feelings : starring Sam, Kate and Fuzzy Bean / Amanda McCardie ; illustrated by Salvatore Rubbino.

By: McCardie, Amanda.
Contributor(s): Rubbino, Salvatore 1970- [illustrator.].
Publisher: London : Walker Books Ltd, 2015Copyright date: 2015Description: 41 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781406365917.Subject(s): EMOTIONS | FAMILY INTERACTION | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | SELF REGULATION | JUVENILE LITERATUREGenre/Form: Fiction. | Juvenile works. | Children's nonfiction. | Children's picture books.Summary: A Book of Feelings stars a brother and sister, Sam and Kate, and their dog, Fuzzy Bean. Sam and Kate know what makes them happy: cuddling Mum, reading a story with Dad, swimming, running and dancing...lots of things. But they don't feel happy all the time (nor does Fuzzy Bean), and in the course of the book we see them feeling grumpy, embarrassed, shy, nervous, frightened, sad and jealous. Both words and pictures portray the children in many different situations at home and at school, and show how they change over time, how emotions can escalate, and how people can help each other.
List(s) this item appears in: Expressing emotion. May 2018 | Fairness and emotions Jan 2019 | Feelings Feb 2018 | Self regulation May 2019
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Includes: Author's Note.

Amanda McCardie's supremely subtle and sensitive text is as alive to the nuances of children's behaviour as Salvatore Rubbino's amazing pictures.

A Book of Feelings stars a brother and sister, Sam and Kate, and their dog, Fuzzy Bean. Sam and Kate know what makes them happy: cuddling Mum, reading a story with Dad, swimming, running and dancing...lots of things. But they don't feel happy all the time (nor does Fuzzy Bean), and in the course of the book we see them feeling grumpy, embarrassed, shy, nervous, frightened, sad and jealous. Both words and pictures portray the children in many different situations at home and at school, and show how they change over time, how emotions can escalate, and how people can help each other.

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