A powerful, uplifting picture book about BIG feelings and the things we can do to see each other’s point of view.
I have big feelings. You have them too.
How can I help? What can we do?'[The book’s] strength is the diversity on display in its pages. There’s a rainbow of skin tones and hair colours … and markers of religious and cultural diversity.
Allows kids to practice identifying and dealing with their own big feelings’ Kirkus Reviews Follow a group of children through a day in their neighbourhood, as they play together and navigate the BIG feelings that we all experience. What should we do when things don’t go to plan? We may feel angry, frustrated or overwhelmed; we may feel hopeful, tired or even . . . inspired. No matter how we’re feeling or how different we are, it’s never too late to talk things through and learn to see the world from another point of view.
Warm and inspiring, this uplifting picture book helps children name and acknowledge feelings of all kinds, and learn to put themselves in others’ shoes. Because whatever we’re feeling, we’re never alone.