Choose-your-ending books about feelings
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The “Dealing with Feelings” series, written by Elizabeth Crary, is about feelings (and the situations that provoke them) that many children can identify with. While each book acknowledges a feeling, the format allows children to explore different typical behavioral responses to such feelings and the outcomes and consequences that accompany them. With a choose-your-own-ending format, these books teach children that they have a choice in emotion eliciting situations, and present possible solutions to a common problem.
Suitable for children aged 3-9, the series includes: I’m Frustrated (1992), I’m Mad (1992), I’m Proud (1992), I’m Excited (1994), I’m Furious (1994) and I’m Scared (1994).
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