When I Feel Worried

When I Feel Worried Everybody worries Children worry too in new or confusing situations or when someone is angry with them This new addition to the acclaimed The Way I Feel Series uses reassuring words and touching ill

  • Title: When I Feel Worried
  • Author: Cornelia Maude Spelman Kathy Parkinson
  • ISBN: 9780807588932
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Everybody worries Children worry, too in new or confusing situations, or when someone is angry with them This new addition to the acclaimed The Way I Feel Series uses reassuring words and touching illustrations to address a child s anxieties and shows him ways to help him feel better Cornelia Maude Spelman and Kathy Parkinson team up once again to provide a comforting aEverybody worries Children worry, too in new or confusing situations, or when someone is angry with them This new addition to the acclaimed The Way I Feel Series uses reassuring words and touching illustrations to address a child s anxieties and shows him ways to help him feel better Cornelia Maude Spelman and Kathy Parkinson team up once again to provide a comforting and empowering book that s helpful to all families Includes a foreword for parents and caregivers.

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    1 thought on “When I Feel Worried”

    1. A cute, basic book about worrying. This would be good for young children, maybe ages 3 to 6, who have small, normal fears. This doesn't go deep enough or give enough practical advice for kids that experience more serious anxiety, but it is a good start.

    2. I like the book and the message that is trying to send out to younger children about the “worry” feeling. The storyline about the book is based on how children can be affected by their surroundings and can cause children to feel new emotions that they never dealt with before. I like the way the author explains the reason the worry feeling happens by trying new things or by being around to many people. I love the way the author tells the listeners and readers that it’s okay to feel worried [...]

    3. the story is about a Hamster who gets worried easily. She worries when she is not sure of what is happening, when someone fights, when she tries new things, etc. Then, the author suggests how she can stop feeling worried. For instance, if she is worried she should tell someone how she is feeling because that person could help her feel better. Then, if she does that she will be happy.I like the book, it is a good way to show children that they should express their feelings. I would recommend this [...]

    4. Fantastic presentation of emotional regulation in a way that is easy for children to understand. Highly recommended!

    5. I loved the art style in this book and the choice of guinea pigs for the main characters, which shifts the focus away from body type or other identification issues a young reader may have. But I did have two concerns with the book. First, it advises that, when you're feeling worried, you do things to make yourself feel better: laugh, be held, sing and dance, and the like. These tactics all seem diversionary and don't address the concern that prompted the worry in the first place. I would think a [...]

    6. Intended to reassure very young readers that emotions are normal and that everyone has something about which they worry, this picture book features an adorable guinea pig. The illustrations and text highlight things that make her worry, such as thing something new for the first time, going to the doctor or hearing someone fight or yell. What is especially useful in the book is how she finds ways to cope with her feelings of worry. Talking to someone, drawing a picture or listening to music or ev [...]

    7. As someone who is autistic, a book of this nature would have been very helpful to me as a child. Sometimes it is very hard for children (both neurotypical and not) to put into words how they are feeling, much less be able to know what to do with those emotions. Here we have not only definition and advice. A strategy into handling worry that even adults can benefit from.Excellent resource!

    8. Although many adults assume that children have no worries, we don't really know that for a fact. This book shows different things that children might worry about throughout their day. It also teaches them that they don't have to worry, or if they do they can always talk to someone about what it is that is worrying them.

    9. This book has great strategies kids can use when they feel worried.I was hoping to use it with some of my (elementary aged) special education students who have anxiety and worry about things, but unfortunately, it's written for a younger crowd (one of the strategies is to have someone hold you- shows an adult physically holding a child).

    10. this is part of "The Way i Feel" series and it's extremely good for the preschool set to identify their feelings and learn how to deal with their feelings in a positive way--asking for help and connecting with family. the pics of the little hamster are very sweet.

    11. Simple picture book for PK-1. Could be used with a lesson about anxieties, feelings, coping, empathy and/or guinea pigs. I like the bright, colorful and friendly illustrations with a matter-of-fact tone.

    12. As a school counselor, I can easily see this book being used with my younger students. It normalizes their worries feelings and shows how to deal with them.

    13. I think this is such a positive message and a brilliant way to help children understand their own emotions. I'd like to own the entire collection.

    14. Love the text and the way emotions are explained for little ones. I plan to read more books in this series if they are available at our library.

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