Al Ghadab (Angry) Feelings Series by Sarah Medina
  

Synopsis

Al Ghadab (Angry) Feelings Series by Sarah Medina

The FeelingsSeries helps young readers to explore their emotions and how to handle them. Children explore the reasons why they may feel a particular emotion - happy, angry, sad, jealous, proud and caring - and the appropriate action to take when they experience such feelings. The clear text and colourful, amusing illustrations uses familiar situations to enhance children's understanding of their feelings and those of other people.

About the Author

Sarah Medina is an experienced and accomplished author who has written many series of books on personal health and social education, including Life Skills, with such titles as Respect Others, Respect Yourself, and Get Wise, which highlights issues related to bullying, the environment and drugs among others. Jo Brooker is a published author as well as an illustrator of children's books.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Sarah Medina
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing

Publication date

24th May 2012

ISBN

9789992194133


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