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He (or perhaps she, skipping the usual girl-markers like long hair) looks up at an unseen speaker, who asks, “How do you feel?” The young chimp demonstrates various feelings: “Sometimes I feel very happy… / and sometimes I feel sad”;Mar 15 2012 | Read Full Review of How Do You Feel?
The chimp models 14 emotions and other feelings (like hungry and full) in total, all of which reappear in miniature on a final spread that asks readers directly how they feel, cementing the bookâs usefulness as a tool to both introduce emotions and encourage discussions of readersâ feelings.Mar 19 2012 | Read Full Review of How Do You Feel?
The precocious toddler who has mastered the basic idea of opposites—up/down, hot/cold—is just the sort of person who will get the biggest kick out of "Hippopposites" (Abrams Appleseed, 36 pages, $14.95), though parents will enjoy it too.May 18 2012 | Read Full Review of How Do You Feel?
The notion of emotions can be a tricky one to relay to little ones, so this keeps things nice and uncluttered.Mar 11 2011 | Read Full Review of How Do You Feel?
Reviews Philosophy About Our Affiliates Books & Audios Recently Reviewed We can explore the vast reaches of the universe and split the atom but we can't seem to understand or manage our emotional states.| Read Full Review of How Do You Feel?