How Do You Feel? by Mandy Stanley
  

How Do You Feel?

Written by Mandy Stanley

Baby and Toddler   All Shortlists and Winners   

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A brilliant way to talk with your toddler about feelings, from being excited and sad to being happy and scared. Simple but very effective bright, bold illustrations and the deserving winner of the ‘Early Years – Baby Book Award’.

Synopsis

How Do You Feel? by Mandy Stanley

Coming from the creator of "What Do You Say?" and "What Do You Do?", this coloured board book uses animals to introduce children to the concepts of feelings - happy, shy, tired and, best of all, loved!

About the Author

Mandy Stanley was born in Lowestoft, Suffolk. She has a BA from Nottingham University which led her initially into a career in fashion. A subsequent interest in the drawing and illustrative areas of her occupation, coupled with an earlier course at Great Yarmouth College of art and design, initiated a move into freelance illustrative work.

Early work on baby products was followed by illustrations in childrens books. The natural progression was then to create her own characters, beginning with ‘Babe’.

Mandy has a great love of films particularly children’s films and regularly attends theatre and ballet. She has won awards for soft toy designs for young children on sale throughout the country.

She continues to work as a designer and illustrator in Suffolk.

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Book Info

Format

Board Book

Author

Mandy Stanley
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Publisher

Harpercollins Publishers

Publication date

7th April 2006

ISBN

9780007810314

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