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Grumpy Goat
by Brett Helquist
Goat is the grumpiest animal at Sunny Acres farm until he remembers that there is more to life than eating and being alone.
by Mies van Hout
"Dive into this book and be swept along with some remarkable fish; from curious to sad; from shy to proud; and from angry to happy."
Maya Was Grumpy
by Courtney Pippin-Mathur
Maya doesn't know why she's grumpy. Luckily, Gramma isn't ruffled by Maya's mood.
My Blue is Happy
by Jessica Young
Invites readers to explore the infinite possibilities of emotional expression through color, discussing how people respond differently when seeing colors and how these experiences help broaden the world in wonderful new ways.
My Cold Plum Lemon Pie Bluesy Mood
by Tameka F. Brown
Jamie describes his mood throughout the day, using colors and rhythmic text, as he changes from an "easy green mood" while drawing a picture for his sister to a "brooding black mood" when he is teased for doing so.
My Many Colored Days
by Dr. Seuss
This rhyming story describes each day in terms of a particular color which in turn is associated with specific emotions.
Theo's Mood
by Maryann Cocoa-Leffler
Members of Theo's class help him understand his feelings about becoming a big brother.
Too Shy for Show and Tell
by Beth Bracken
Sam is so shy that nobody knows much about him, but when he must stand in front of his class for show-and-tell, he finds the courage to share.
Wemberly Worried
by Kevin Henkes
A mouse named Wemberly, who worries about everything, finds that she has a whole list of things to worry about when she faces the first day of nursery school.
When I Feel Worried
by Cornelia Spelman
A young guinea pig describes situations that make her worry, what being worried feels like, and how she can stop worrying. Includes note to parents and teachers.
When Lions Roar
by Robie H. Harris
Loud, scary noises frighten a child until quiet and calmness return.
When Miles Got Mad
by Samantha Kurtzman-Counter
Miles learns how to deal with his anger when little brother Max breaks his toy airplane.
Updated 11/14/2013
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