The Color Monster: A Pop-Up Book of Feelings
|Rating||:||4.90 (808 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||20 Pages|
Fontenot Family said Amazing Book!. This book is amazing! I love the illustrations and the story itself. The pop-up items are adorable and it's just an overall really fun book to read with the kids while teaching them about their emotions. It's like a coffee table book for children because of the art. Just keep it away from the very little ones as some of the pop-up features are fragile. Other than that, it's a great book and I would recommend it as a great choice for any ch. wonderful message as well blah wow. what a gorgeous book. wonderful message as well. Don't get mixed up with all your feelings. Put them into bottles so you can manage them as they come. Of course that's from an adults prospective. From my four year old son's perspective it's more like, "cool, I like the strings that are attached to the rain clouds." And the last page, with the hearts was really heartwarming. Love this book. Great gift book. So beautiful.. great book but beautiful book well written but the pop uphards for kids not to touch and pull and play with.
From School Library Journal PreS-K—Employing a rainbow of tones, a young girl tries to help her multihued friend understand why he is "feeling all mixed up." The unnamed child distinguishes five emotions (happiness, anger, sadness, fear, and calm) and articulates what each one might feel like by equating it with a color. A final emotion is left unnamed for readers or listeners to identify, but pink hearts give it away. A smiling golden monster on a spread featuring yellow leaves and cutouts represents happiness, describing it as "yellow like the sun." The text explains, "When you're happy you laugh, jump, dance and play. VERDICT Less a story than a vehicle to initiate a reassuring conversation about emotions and how to identify them.—Daryl Grabarek, School Library Journal . You want to share that feeling with everyone." Conversely, when blue, "you're sad you might wa
We teach toddlers to identify colors, numbers, shapes, and letters—but what about their feelings? By illustrating such common emotions as happiness, sadness, anger, fear, and calm, this sensitive book gently encourages young children to open up with parents, teachers, and daycare providers. And kids will LOVE the bright illustrations and amazing 3-D pop-ups on every page!