This review delves into the insightful children’s book, “The Way I Feel.” It explores how the book effectively introduces and discusses a wide range of emotions in a relatable and engaging way for young readers. The review highlights the book’s colorful illustrations, clear and simple language, and the importance of emotional literacy for children’s social and emotional development. Discover how this book can help children identify and express their feelings in a healthy and constructive manner.
Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with acorn tree children’s book review. And today, I have a book called The Way I Feel. And it’s by Jen and Kane; she illustrated and wrote the book. The colors are very vibrant and stunning. And this book is excellent because feelings come up, feelings go, I never know what there’ll be like, silly or angry, happier, sad. They’re all just part of me. That’s what it’s expressing on the back cover. romp with your child through this delightful book feel of feelings. The Way I Feel is a beautiful addition to any child’s library of books and explains the world out there and the World Within. So it goes over all the feelings a child may have with some beautiful illustrations. So here, this is exciting. So you can see the vibrant, colorful pictures that help children solidify in their minds that everyone has feelings, that there are all different types of feelings, and that they’re all part of who you are. So once again, the way I feel by Jen and Kane, and she’s an illustrator and the author.