Top positive review
Makes a lasting impression
Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2015
We purchased this book for our grandson after he was having some typical two years moments. Just to get the conversation going with a dash or awareness. The book arrived in a timely manner and it good condition. The most surprising part was when my son remembered having the book as a little boy -honestly, I didn't remember this particular book until then; so I double checked with my daughter, who has an amazing memory and sure enough my ds, dear son, was right. This leads me to my conclusion, this book while seemingly, non spectacular, makes an lasting impression. My grandson did enjoy the book when I read it to him, and my son said it is a bedtime favorite.
From an educational and developmental learning perspective, this book meets developmental benchmarks typical for both Social and Emotional skills and Literacy skills.
Note: I use the Experience Early Learning Developmental Framework ([...]) for many of my reviews, especially those products geared towards children under age 5. I find this particular developmental continuum to be aligned with NAEYC, accurate, detailed, and comprehensive. - not for any financial profit. Additionally, "The Feelings Book" encourages skill developmental in Common Core's ELA Standards in much the same way as all books can. The language used in book will certainly help children who are struggling to identify their feeling and provides good practice for young children.