Whoa, Jealousy! by Woodleigh Marx Hubbard

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Just what is jealousy? Woodleigh Marx Hubbard takes this universal feeling and portrays it in a way that will help kids understand and deal with a powerful emotion.

Jealousy is a nasty beast that might seem bigger than you can handle when it comes barging through your door, especially when it's backed up by a greedy rat, an envious snake and an angry hornet. But the choice is up to you: Will you let them barge in or will you kick out these uninvited visitors?

Through vibrant, energetic art and vivid text, Woodleigh Marx Hubbard applauds the power within each of us to confront our fears and take action.

About Woodleigh Marx Hubbard

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Woodleigh Marx Hubbard (www.woodleighhubbard.com) lives in Bainbridge Island, Washington.
Published January 1, 2002 by Putnam. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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If someone foolishly invites Jealousy in, the author warns, a "Sharp-Tongued Snake" called Envy, a "Rude Rat" known as Greed and an "Angry Red Hornet" of Rivalry will visit, too.

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