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Books in A Feeling Good Book series

  • Bright Eyes, Brown Skin

    Cheryl Willis Hudson, Bernette G. Ford, George Ford

    Hardcover (Just Us Books Inc, Dec. 1, 1990)
    Presents a poem celebrating African American children
    J
  • Bright Eyes, Brown Skin

    Cheryl Willis Hudson, George Ford

    Paperback (Just Us Books, Nov. 1, 1990)
    This classic title is a staple in preschool and early childhood programs.
    J
  • Jamal's Busy Day

    Wade Hudson

    Paperback (Just Us Books, Oct. 1, 1991)
    Readers follow events in a youngster's day from the child's own perspective.
    J
  • Annie's Gifts

    Angela S. Medearis, Anna Rich

    Paperback (Just Us Books, Inc., Feb. 1, 1997)
    All Annie ever wanted was to make music. And why not? Her brother, Lee, played wonderful music on the trumpet. Her sister, Patty, could make her think of springtime and beautiful colors whenever she played the piano. Annie wanted to play, too. She just couldn't play an instrument, even though she tried, and tried, and tried. But Annie doesn't give up. Not until she finds her own special gifts.
    K
  • Jamal's Busy Day

    Wade Hudson, Veronica F. Ellis, Valerie Wilson Wesley

    School & Library Binding (San Val, Dec. 15, 1991)
    None
    K
  • I Feel Good

    Erin Hartung, Hazel Quintanilla

    Paperback (Storybook Genius Publishing, LLC, Aug. 1, 2014)
    Follow one adorable little boy from sun up to sun down as good things and not so good things happen. Kids love to read I Feel Good to their parents as this book encourages early language and reading development. This cool little boy breaks his new truck, fixes his old teddy, climbs a tree, falls off a swing, looses his first tooth, finds a shiny penny and he FEELS GOOD! A fun read along which teaches children that both good and not so good things happen and you can still FEEL GOOD!
    C
  • Annie's Gifts

    Angela Shelf Medearis, Anna Rich

    Hardcover (Just Us Books Inc, Feb. 1, 1997)
    Annie, the daughter of a musical family, wishes she could be in the band like her brother, or play the piano like her sister, but no matter which instrument she tries, the results are a disaster, until she realizes her talents lie elsewhere
    K
  • Bones and Joints

    Brian Ward

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, July 25, 1991)
    None
  • Bright Eyes, Brown Skin

    Cheryl Willis Hudson, Bernette G. Ford, George Ford

    School & Library Binding (Rebound by Sagebrush, Jan. 16, 1990)
    None
    J
  • Diet

    Brian Ward

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, Jan. 31, 1991)
    None
  • Breathing

    Brian Ward

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, July 25, 1991)
    None
  • Blu-Blu Where Are You?

    Erin Hartung, Hazel Quintanilla

    Paperback (Storybook Genius, LLC, Feb. 14, 2016)
    Blu-Blu blankie is missing! Could he be riding on a train? Or sailing on a pirate ship? Kids love to read Blu-Blu Where Are You to their parents as this book encourages early language and reading development. By the end of this adorable story we will most definitely find the missing blankie and get to run with the wildebeest! Blankie lovers young and old will enjoy the adventure in this missing blankie caper! Book two in the Feel Good Book Series from Storybook Genius Publishing.
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