The Feelings Series are beautifully produced picture books that cover different emotional concepts for young children.
Each of the books in this series has been carefully designed to help children better understand their feelings, and in doing so, gain greater autonomy over their lives. Talking about feelings teaches children that it is normal to feel sad, or angry, or scared at times. With greater tolerance of painful feelings, children become free to enjoy their world, to feel secure in their abilities, and to be happy.
Feeling nervous is uncomfortable, but it can mean that you're about to do something really, really brave!
What do you do when your child feels nervous? In Note for Parents at the back of the book, a child psychologist offers some helpful insights.
About the author
Trace Moroney is an internationally acclaimed children's author and illustrator. More than 5,200,000 million copies of her Feelings series books have been sold in 29 countries and they are translated into 22 languages. Focussed on creating “books with a conscience,” Trace Moroney embraces the principles of positive psychology – in other words, focusing on what is good in the world!
The Feelings Series has been phenomenally successful with more than 5 million copies sold worldwide across 22 different languages.
Other books in this series:
- When I'm Feeling Loved
- When I'm Feeling Lonely
- When I'm Feeling Scared
- When I'm Feeling Kind
- When I'm Feeling Sad
- When I'm Feeling Angry
- When I'm Feeling Jealous
- When I'm Feeling Happy
- When I'm Feeling Disappointed
Author: Trace Moroney
For ages: 3+
Note from Books for Young Minds:
School age children may be able to read this book for themselves but can still learn from the book.