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by Shelley Rotner

Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Author: Shelley Rotner
ISBN: 0761328963
ISBN13: 978-0761328964
Language: English
Publisher: Millbrook Press (October 1, 2003)
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Lots of Feelings (Shelley. has been added to your Cart. Shelley Rotner received her undergraduate degree in photography and psychology from Syracuse University and a dual Master's degree in elementary education and museum education from Bank Street College.

Lots of Feelings (Shelley. Age Range: 5 - 6 years. Grade Level: Kindergarten - 3. Series: Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library (Paperback). Publisher: Millbrook Press (October 1, 2003).

Lots of Feelings (Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library). 0761323775 (ISBN13: 9780761323778). Showing the diverse expressions of children feeling different emotions, we are able to "analyze" the looks on children's faces and draw conclusions about how to read and respond to such expressions.

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I highly recommend it if you are in early childhood education or a parent, to help teach about feelings in young children so they can begin to express themselves. I also recommend it to parents of special needs children!

I highly recommend it if you are in early childhood education or a parent, to help teach about feelings in young children so they can begin to express themselves. I also recommend it to parents of special needs children! Popular Categories.

Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library (Paperback). By (author) Shelley Rotner. You can read a book, but did you know that you can also read a face? A face can tell you what someone is feeling. In this expressive photo-essay, simple text and photographs introduce basic emotions - happy, grumpy, thoughtful, and more - and how people show them.

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Enhanced with large, bright photos of different youngsters, a concept book provides an illustrated introduction to the diverse feelings people experience, such as anger, embarrassment, and surprise. Simultaneous.
Comments to eBook Lots of Feelings (Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library)
Modred
My 17 month old son loves this book. I got it because he's been diagnosed as potentially falling within the autism spectrum range, and emotions cards and books are recommend for the process of rerouting the neural pathways. Initially, I had put it up on a dresser, out of reach, to avoid him tearing it during unsupervised readings, but so far, he prefers to have me read it to him, and so even though it's been down with his other books for about a week now, it still remains intact & un-torn. He really like's to have me describe the faces and corresponding emotions, and as we talk about them, we both mimic the emotion being expressed on each page. Down sides: I wish there were more different children both in general and for each emotion- the layout is basically one large face with two smaller faces inset per emotion, and some of the emotions appear to be expressed a little vague to me (ex. "Angry" seems as though the children are staging it, and almost on the verge of laughing). But what I consider vague now may be intentional, and a helpful feature later. Up sides- there are a good deal of emotions shown here, and the large face is large, with just the face taking up the entire page, unlike the cover, which shows shoulders on half of the page. The pictures are well taken, and the text isn't bad, although I wish the emotion word was a little more prominent. All in all, a very happy purchase. I plan to buy other books by this author, and would definitely recommend it to any one looking for a way to develop a dialogue w a child about emotions. I also try to match the pictures to his current emotion, esp. the more extreme ones, and it has helped considerably with talking about his feelings.
Venemarr
My toddler has enjoyed this book for months. It was her favorite for a while and she still picks it out for me to read. I like that this book uses real pictures of emotions and they're accurate. We have tried others that don't, which don't really teach toddlers what the face of a feeling looks like in my opinion. I gave it 5 stars for what it is, pictures of basic emotions. I also like that it shows a couple different expressions for each emotion. They book doesn't do anything more. So if you're looking for an instruction manual on dealing with feelings, this wouldn't be a good fit. If you're looking for more sophisticated vocabulary for feelings, this isn't it either.
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
This is a great discussion starter for toddlers who are having trouble understanding and expressing their feelings. It really only includes a few basic feelings, but this book isn’t designed to cover everything. Let us be honest, we don’t really want books for toddlers that cover every possible feeling, do we?

No this book is designed to help kids understand one very basic, but important principle. You aren’t alone, and what you are feeling is normal. It helps kids to recognize what they are feeling, and once they can do that you can teach them how to direct those emotions. This is a conversation starter as much as anything else, and for that alone it is worth 5 stars!
Moswyn
I love this book. As parents, we are responsible for teaching our children about their feelings. We are their emotional coaches, if you will. For young children who don't have the words, these photographs are perfect. OK the photos are that great, some are soft etc, but this is the only book I found that actually has faces instead of drawings. And plus, a toddler doesn't care. He just wants to see other children expressing themselves.

The first time I traveled for work and was away for three days my son was about 16 months old. The nanny said that he seemed super sad with his lip sticking out etc. When I returned, he was really upset. He was clearly relieved to see me, but then started crying and needing to be held. I remembered I had this book and took it out and talked him through it. I said "mama was gone for a few days. How did you feel? Were you mad (pointed at the mad face)? Were you sad? Were you afraid? Were you confused? etc. He settled down immediately and started to point at faces (the last page). He actually pointed at the same face several times. He knew what was going on. Since then I have used it multiple times when he is being emotional and I can't figure out how.

My point is that these little guys may not have words, but they have feelings, often BIG feelings that they don't know what to do with. This book helps them figure out that what they have going on inside of them, and that it isn't unique to them. This makes it less scary but also reinforces that they are experiencing something valid and OK. It is our job as parents to help them navigate these intense emotions which in turn helps preparing them to be empathetic and compassionate adults. This book is spot on for helping us guide them through this emotional minefield.
Maridor
I bought this book for my son who is 2 1/2 (and was born with Down syndrome) so he can learn about feelings and begin to express himself; to use words like "happy," "sad," or "angry" (instead of cry or scream like a typical toddler).

This book has become his favorite bedtime book and he will not let me read him any other books! And he wants me to read it over and over, or he sits and turns the pages himself.

The photos in this book are priceless, large, and right on target, and there are just a few words per page, perfect for hard to sit still toddlers. I bought him The Feelings Book by Park, but the pictures are cartoonish and not realistic, and he does not like me to read that one.

I was a preschool teacher for nearly 20 years and this would have been a favorite in the classroom! I highly recommend it if you are in early childhood education or a parent, to help teach about feelings in young children so they can begin to express themselves. I also recommend it to parents of special needs children!
Fearlessdweller
Seriously dated. Photo quality is grainy. Overall quality of paper and binding is low. Probably would have made a better board book? I paid the full list price and it was not worth it. 2 stars just because I couldn't find anything else that showed photos of faces with emotions labeled. Disappointing but better than nothing I guess.
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