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Feeling Scared (Choices) by Althea…

Feeling Scared (Choices)

by Althea Braithwaite

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Genre: Informational
Age Appropriateness: Primary

Review: This picture book is a great example of the information genre. It tells the readers more about the emotion of feeling scared and gives lots example about the different types of being scared. It isn't biased and addresses many of the fears children may face.
It didn't really have a plot, characters or even a setting. It interviewed children about the emotion of being scared and included their direct answers. It also had pictures of kids the the students could relate to.

Media: Photographs
  hsenseney05 | Oct 5, 2008 |
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Choices is a thought-provoking series that supports the Framework for PSHE and Citizenship at Key Stage 2. In each book, children talk about their emotions, and how they cope with difficult situations. The author was involved in extensive research with children and the text was built around their responses. Difficult emotions and issues are treated seriously, but sympathetically and constructively. Children talk about different things that can frighten you, the ways people show they are scared, and how to learn to cope with feeling frightened.

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Examines the nature of fear, its different kinds, how it can be sensible or fun, and how it can be controlled.

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