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Ages 3-5

Feelings

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Angry Cookie by  Laura Dockrill
Cookie has woken up on the wrong side of the bed and is very angry. You want to know why? Well, you'd have to keep reading to find out, but now Cookie's calling you annoying and telling you to mind your own business. If by chance you do stick around, you might hear about a certain roommate's terrible musical skills, why you should never let your barber try out a new look, how it's impossible to find a hat that fits a cookie, and why an ice-cream parlor that's out of your favorite treat can be a source of desolation. Then there's the matter of a hungry bird who tries to snack on you. . . . Angry Cookie suggests that sometimes the best way to cheer up a grumpy lump is simply by being there -- and lending your ears.
Fergal and the Bad Temper by  Robert Starling
Fergal the dragon does not like being told what to do. Its not fair! And when things aren't fair, Fergal loses his temper and snorts angry fire. He feels sorry afterward, but Fergal just can't control his outbursts! After one really fiery day, his family and friends offer him some advice to calm down. Can this dragon learn to cool it before a temper tantrum hits? A perfect choice for fiery kids everywhere!
Grumpy Duck by Joyce Dunbar
Duck is grumpy in light of the fact that the pond is dry and when she complains to her friends, they each welcome her to play with them.
I Feel Teal by  Lauren Rille
Encourages the reader to enjoy all of the colors, representing feelings, that may be experienced in the course of a day.
I'm Sad by Michael Ian Black
Flamingo learns that it is okay to be sad sometimes and that her friends, the little girl and Potato, will stand by her no matter how she feels.
Lily and Bear: Grumpy Feet by Lisa Stubbs
When Lily wakes up one morning with grumpy feet, her imaginary friend Bear tries to cheer her up.
Little Unicorn Is Angry by  Aurélie Chien Chow Chine
A little unicorn feels all kinds of emtions, including anger, and uses a breathing exercise to calm down.
Mad, Mad Bear! by  Kimberly Gee
Bear is very angry that he has to leave the park, but after taking a deep breath he learns to let it go.
My Magic Breath : Finding Calm Through Mindful Breathing by  Nick Ortner
Encourages children to discover their magic breath and use it when they are sad, nervous, or worried, offering clear, simple instructions for using breathing and mindfulness to guide emotions.
The Color Monster : A Story About Emotions by  Anna Llenas
Emotions, including happiness, sadness, anger, fear, and calm, are described through the actions of a monster sorting them out.
The Happy Book by Andy Rash
Camper is happy as a clam and Clam is a happy camper. When you live in The Happy Book, the world is full of daisies and sunshine and friendship cakes . . . until your best friend eats the whole cake and doesn't save you one bite. Moving from happiness to sadness and everything in between, Camper and Clam have a hard time finding their way back to happy. But maybe happy isn't the goal--being a good friend is about supporting each other and feeling all the feels together.
The Rabbit Listened by Cori Doerrfeld
When Taylor's block castle is destroyed, all the animals think they know just what to do, but only the rabbit quietly listens to how Taylor is feeling.
Today I Feel... An Alphabet of Feelings by Madalena Moniz
Full-page illustrations and simple text portray an emotion for every letter of the alphabet.
When Sadness Is at Your Door by  Eva Eland
A young child experiences sadness as if it were a visitor, acknowledging the emotion and suggesting activities to do with it.
When You're Scared by  Andrée Poulin
A hungry little bear is trapped inside a dumpster. His distraught mama bear can't fish him out. Thankfully, a boy and his mother, camping nearby, come to the rescue. Although everyone in this story is scared, they are able to act with courage and compassion--showing readers that it's OK to be scared. This simple, moving story is told with variations on a single phrase: He was scared. Readers are encouraged to be observant and put together the pieces of narrative, based on visual cues such as expressions, body language, and details hidden in the colourful illustrations. A simple, beautiful picture book that normalizes fear, with the repetition of just one sentence!
Updated 12/03/2019