When Sadness Comes to Call - Big Emotions (Paperback)Eva Eland (author)
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Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 145 g
Dimensions: 240 x 215 x 4 mm
"Helping children understand their own and other people's feelings is a vital building block for building a more empathetic society. This lovely book sensitively explores the emotion of sadness, and the importance of accepting it. For anyone living or working with children, It's a great springboard for sharing how to handle feelings." -- Miranda McKearney OBE * EmpathyLab *
"Both gentle and profound, Eland's assured debut takes a poignant look at a difficult emotion." -- Fiona Noble * The Bookseller *
"Packs an emotional punch, showing our littlest readers ways to acknowledge and manage sadness." * Sunday Independent, Best Books of 2019 *
"This poignant picture book helps children to recognise and understand difficult emotions... A contemplative and ultimately uplifting tale, which will be a welcome addition to any home or school bookshelf." * BookTrust *
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