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Wild Feelings by David Milgrim

Wild Feelings

by David Milgrim

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This book expresses feelings through animals. The little boy feels a certain way and is then showed dressed as an animal that resembles that feeling. This book is perfect to teach young kids about their feelings. Ages 2-4. Source: Personal Library.
  arielsaylor | May 21, 2019 |
Wild feelings will help children give meaning to the feelings they have and let them know that it is okay to feel this way. After all, everyone has feelings!
  vernareese | Jun 8, 2018 |
Wild feelings explain's a child's feeling as they relate to animals. Kids can relate to the children in the book and associate their feelings with animals. Great pictures and simple large text, makes this great for kids 2-3, great for reading aloud. ( )
  augustaspors | Feb 12, 2017 |
Love this book for lower elementary. Students can write about a time they have been as stubborn as a mule or chicken as a chicken.
  Kendralpayne | Oct 27, 2016 |
This book makes a analogy between feelings and animals it is OK to approach it this way, however I dont find the book very useful when trying to teach children about feelings and the ends gets worst when it say "its OK to feel totally out of control and you dont even know why?" "everyone does". Well This book do not guide behavior in a positive manner or ends in a positive way. ( )
  MarGood | May 16, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 080509587X, Hardcover)

Do you ever feel as stubborn as a mule? Or as chicken as a chicken? Of course you do. Everyone does.

In this lighthearted look at feelings, David Milgrim tenderly and humorously sketches the emotional range--from awkward to unnoticed, to really, rrrreally mad. Ultimately reassuring, this is a loving look at the normal, natural feelings we all have.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 23 Jul 2015 02:27:44 -0400)

"Do you ever feel as stubborn as a mule? Or as chicken as a chicken? Of course you do. Looks at the normal, natural feelings we all have"--

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