An Emotional Menagerie

£15.00

Emotions are like animals. No two are quite the same. Some are quiet; some are fierce;And all are hard to tame. An Emotional Menagerie is an emotional glossary for children.

A book of 26 rhyming poems, arranged alphabetically, that bring our feelings to life – Anger, Boredom, Curiosity, Dreaminess, Embarrassment, Fear, Guilt, and more.

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Emotions are like animals. No two are quite the same. Some are quiet; some are fierce;And all are hard to tame. An Emotional Menagerie is an emotional glossary for children.

A book of 26 rhyming poems, arranged alphabetically, that bring our feelings to life – Anger, Boredom, Curiosity, Dreaminess, Embarrassment, Fear, Guilt, and more. The poems transform each emotion into a different animal to provide a clear and engaging illustration of its character: how it arises; how it makes us behave and how we can learn to manage its effects. Boasting a rich vocabulary, the poems also give children a wide variety of options for describing their feelings to others.

Children experience all sorts of emotions: sometimes going through several very different ones before breakfast. Yet they can struggle to put these feelings into words. An inability to understand and communicate their moods can lead to bad behaviour, deep frustration and a whole host of difficulties further down the line.

Like adults, they need help to recognise and verbalise their inner state. The greater their emotional vocabulary, the more likely they are to grow into happy, healthy and fulfilled adults. Filled with wise, therapeutic advice, brought to life through musical language and beautiful illustrations, An Emotional Menagerie is an imaginative and universally appealing way of increasing emotional literacy

Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas

Mr Mole is getting much more confident with his alphabet! He loves to connect words with letters and sounds. He thinks that his amazing book of poems is fantastic because he can also talk about the meanings of the words with a grown up and what they mean to him. He thinks that this is a really good way of talking about his feelings and emotions when sometimes he can’t think of the right words.

Larry's Learning Outcomes

Larry knows how important it is to share books regularly to improve childrens’ literacy skills, by exploring this enticing book there are also opportunities to learn about some of the emotions that they may experience but find difficult to discuss or manage.

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