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Books with title When I'm Feeling Sad

  • I'm Feeling Mad

    Natalie Shaw, Jason Fruchter

    Board book (Simon Spotlight, May 3, 2016)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! Everyone feels mad sometimes, even Daniel Tiger! What helps him feel better? Find out in this chunky board book that’s part of a new Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood feelings subseries.When you feel so mad that you want to roar, take a deep breath and count to four! When Daniel Tiger feels MAD, he stomps his feet and roars. Then he remembers to take a deep breath and count to four. Soon he feels better. What do you do with the mad that you feel? Come along with Daniel as he and his friends learn how to handle feeling angry. This adorable book includes tips for parents and caregivers to help guide little ones through their emotions. Look for the companion title, I’m Feeling Happy. © 2016 The Fred Rogers Company
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  • I'm Feeling

    Jolyn Farber, Reagan Farber

    eBook (, April 19, 2020)
    This book encourages the reader to identify feelings and emotions. The book contains relatable material (reviewed and contributed by one of the authors, who is an elementary school student). Common emotions like happy, sad, embarrassed, lonely, proud, scared, worried and excited are explored. It is appropriate for children, parents, teachers, caregivers and other adults.LITPICK FIVE STAR BOOK AWARD"I love that this book shows how others feel through a unique point of view. I recommend this book to kids ages 5 to 10, because it explains feelings in a way that young readers might not have considered before." ---LitPick"Most powerful coloring book I"ve seen" ---Joshua J. Masters, pastor and author"This book will become a staple in our guidance work. I am so happy a book like this exists to help guide children through common emotions. It is a well-needed fresh perspective in this genre." ---Elementary School Guidance Counselor
  • I'm Feeling Sad

    Natalie Shaw, Jason Fruchter

    Board book (Simon Spotlight, Aug. 30, 2016)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! What makes Daniel Tiger feel sad? Find out in this chunky board book that’s part of a new Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood feelings subseries.It’s okay to feel sad sometimes, little by little, you’ll feel better again. Everyone feels sad sometimes, even Daniel Tiger. When he feels sad, he remembers that it’s okay to feel that way. Soon, he’ll feel better! Come along with Daniel as he and his friends learn how to deal with their feelings. This adorable book includes tips for parents and caregivers to help guide little ones through their emotions. Look for the companion titles, I’m Feeling Mad, I’m Feeling Happy, and I’m Feeling Silly! © 2016 The Fred Rogers Company.
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  • When I Feel Sad

    Cornelia Maude Spelman, Kathy Parkinson

    Paperback (Albert Whitman & Company, Jan. 1, 2002)
    Readers will recognize similiar experiences in their own lives as this little guinea pig describes feeling sad when someone is cross or when something bad happens. Eventually our heroine realizes that feeling sad doesn't last forever.
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  • When I'm Feeling Sad

    Trace Moroney

    eBook (Chook House Press, )
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  • When I'm Feeling Sad

    Trace Moroney

    Hardcover (Five Mile, Feb. 1, 2018)
    Have you ever been so sad that the world seems gray and droopy? Does being sick or hearing a family argument make you want to cry and cry until it floods? The little rabbit knows how it feels to be sad and just what to do to feel better. Read along, and you too might find that a great big hug is all you need to make the sadness go away.
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  • I'm Feeling Sad

    Natalie Shaw, Jason Fruchter

    eBook (Simon Spotlight, Aug. 30, 2016)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! What makes Daniel Tiger feel sad? Find out in this chunky board book that’s part of a new Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood feelings subseries.It’s okay to feel sad sometimes, little by little, you’ll feel better again. Everyone feels sad sometimes, even Daniel Tiger. When he feels sad, he remembers that it’s okay to feel that way. Soon, he’ll feel better! Come along with Daniel as he and his friends learn how to deal with their feelings. This adorable book includes tips for parents and caregivers to help guide little ones through their emotions. Look for the companion titles, I’m Feeling Mad, I’m Feeling Happy, and I’m Feeling Silly! © 2016 The Fred Rogers Company.
  • When I'm Feeling Kind

    Trace Moroney

    Hardcover (Five Mile, Feb. 1, 2018)
    Helping people, listening to your friends, feeling good about yourself -- feeling kind is all of these things and more. Each book in the series has been carefully designed to help children better understand their feelings, and in doing so, develop confidence and self-esteem as they grow. Talking about feelings teaches children that it is normal to feel sad, or angry, or scared at times. With greater tolerance of challenging feelings, children become free to enjoy their world, to feel secure in their abilities, and to be happy.
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  • When I'm Feeling Sad

    Trace Moroney

    Paperback (The Five Mile Press, March 15, 2009)
    But it can often help to talk to someone about it. Each of the books in this series has been carefully designed to help children better understand their feelings, and in doing so, gain greater autonomy over their lives.
  • When I'm Feeling Angry

    Trace Moroney

    eBook (Chook House Press, )
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  • When I'm Feeling Sad

    Trace Moroney

    Board book (Sandy Creek, March 15, 2010)
    Self Esteem is the key in this book. Each of Tracy Moroney's books have been carefully designed to understand their feelings, and in doing so, gain greater autonomy over their lives. Talking about feelings teaches children that it is normal to feel sad, angry or scared at times. With greater tolerance of painful feelings, children become free to enjoy their world, to feel secure in their abilities, and to be happy.
  • When I Feel Sad

    Cornelia Maude Spelman, Kathy Parkinson

    eBook (Albert Whitman & Company, Jan. 1, 2002)
    Readers will recognize similiar experiences in their own lives as this little guinea pig describes feeling sad when someone is cross or when something bad happens. Eventually our heroine realizes that feeling sad doesn't last forever.This book is specially designed in Amazon's fixed-layout KF8 format with region magnification. Double-tap on an area of text to zoom and read.