It can be hard for young children to understand what they're feeling, let alone how others are feeling. This Pooh board book helps start conversations with children about emotions in a gentle, encouraging way. Featuring appealing images of Pooh and his friends showing how they feel in different situations with text that encourages the child reader to think about how they feel, too.

This book helps young children develop emotional intelligence. It includes images of faces clearly showing different emotions to help those who struggle to identify different emotions and so even the youngest Winnie-the-Pooh fans can see what different feelings look like and start to talk to parents and carers about how they feel, too. It features many emotions that are important to young children including:

happy, sad, surprise, dangry, scared, brave, hungry, tired

What makes you feel happy? What can you do to make others feel happy? What makes you feel sad?What might make others feel sad? This book gives children and parents tips for how to discuss feelings and ways for children to understand emotions too.

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ISBN/EAN 9780755503988
Author Egmont
Publisher HarperCollins
Imprint Farshore
Publication date 31 Mar 2022
Format Board book
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Winnie the Pooh: How Are You? Let's talk about Feelings (Board)

Supporting Children's Mental Health: Helping Young Children Explore Feelings And Emotions 

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