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A kiss means I love you (edition 2012)

by Kathryn Madeline Allen, Eric Futran (Illustrator)

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Member:DenaLanders
Title:A kiss means I love you
Authors:Kathryn Madeline Allen
Other authors:Eric Futran (Illustrator)
Info:Chicago, Ill. : Albert Whitman, 2012.
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Tags:Non-Fiction, Picture book, The Emotion Code, The Language of Emotions, Emotions

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two time, preschool, real photographs, emotions
  lfitzsimmons | Mar 4, 2014 |
Emotions, feelings, photo essay.
Simple book. ( )
  melodyreads | Jul 5, 2013 |
Good vocabulary and warm fuzzies about family without being too simple for older toddlers. Simple sentences.
  ClarissaBaldwin | May 10, 2013 |
Summary: A kiss means i love you, a wave means hello, a smile means I'm happy, a tug means lets go.
This book shows all the motions people do to show how they feel.

Personal reaction: Cute book because its simple and really does help little kids to notice what people so when they do expressions.

Classroom ideas: I would read this to my students and get feedback from them on how they show their emotions and what they see other people do to show them.
  DenaLanders | Dec 6, 2012 |
Summary: This book goes over different types of emotions and different things that children can do with their bodies. (Laugh-funny, cry-sad, pout-mad, clapping, hugging, sleeping)

Comments: I really like the pictures that were used because they used real adults and children. All of the pictures celebrate different ethnicities.
  LMaddux31 | Dec 3, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807541869, Hardcover)

"A kiss means I love you, a wave means hello, a smile means I'm happy, a tug means, let's go!" Featuring engaging photographs of real children and sweet rhyming text, this fun read-aloud teaches little ones about nonverbal communication

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Explores the meanings of different actions, expressions, words, and sounds, from a kiss and a clap to a wave and a yawn.

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