Books about Emotions
By: Sarah Verroken
On a gloomy day, Duck feels sad until a frog gives him some advice that cheers him up
By: Jeremy Tankard
Feeling too grumpy to fly, Bird begins to walk and finds that his mood changes as other animals join him.
How Do You Feel?
By: Anthony Browne
A young chimp describes a variety of emotions he experiences.
I Am (Not) Scared
By: Anna Kang
Two fuzzy creatures go to an amusement park and discover that being frightened may not be as scary as one thinks.
In My Heart: A Book of Feelings
By: Jo Witek
A young girl explores what different emotions feel like, such as happiness which makes her want to twirl, or sadness which feels as heavy as an elephant.
By: Mike Henson
To keep Rabbit's birthday party hopping, his friends stage a series of surprises that are revealed after turning the lights on and off.
The Feelings Book
By: Todd Parr
Children express different moods, including "I feel very mad," "I feel like reading books all day," and "I feel like wearing funny underwear."
What Makes Me Happy?
By: Catherine Anholt
Children describe in rhyming verse their emotions and what makes them feel different ways.
When Sophie's Feelings are Very, Very Hurt
By: Molly Bang
Sophie's is hurt when the other children laugh at her painting of her favorite tree--but when she explains her painting everybody understands what she was trying to do.
By: David Milgrim
Do you ever feel as stubborn as a mule? Or as chicken as a chicken? Of course you do. Looks at the normal, natural feelings we all have.