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Books about feelings

Albert and Little Henry

Picture books can be a great way to get children to discuss their feelings.

From anxiety to bullying and jealousy to loss. These books are perfect to help kids to understand a range of feelings and emotions.

  • Something Else

    Author: Kathryn Cave Illustrator: Chris Riddell

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  • Something Else

    Author: Kathryn Cave Illustrator: Chris Riddell

    Something Else is a lonely creature, excluded from everything because he is different. This is the perfect book for reassuring any…

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  • Banana!

    Author: Ed Vere Illustrator: Ed Vere

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  • Banana!

    Author: Ed Vere Illustrator: Ed Vere

    Follow the cartoon-style adventures of two monkeys. One of them has a banana and the other one wants it - but what is the magic wo…

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  • Mr Big

    Author: Ed Vere

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  • Mr Big

    Author: Ed Vere

    With its gruff hero, vibrant, strong colours, bold design and spare text, this story about looking beyond appearances has a satisf…

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  • I’m the Biggest

    Author: Stephanie Blake Illustrator: Linda Burgess

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  • I’m the Biggest

    Author: Stephanie Blake Illustrator: Linda Burgess

    This light-hearted picture book is a welcome addition to the Simon and Casper series, and touches on some common issues experience…

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  • Small Things

    Author: Mel Tregonning

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  • Small Things

    Author: Mel Tregonning

    This brilliant book manages to deal with bullying, fear of being different, frustration at underachieving, and the fact that while…

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  • Mine!

    Author: Rachel Bright

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  • Mine!

    Author: Rachel Bright

    One day Fifi and Frankie go to visit Grandma Flo and they both want to hold Funny Bunny. After some arguing they pull him in diffe…

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  • Hug

    Author: Jez Alborough

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  • Hug

    Author: Jez Alborough

    Bobo the chimp wanders sadly around the jungle looking for someone to hug, but all the animals are already cuddling someone else.

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  • The Building Boy

    Author: Ross Montgomery Illustrator: David Litchfield

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  • The Building Boy

    Author: Ross Montgomery Illustrator: David Litchfield

    The boy loves his grandmother dearly. Best of all, he loves the stories about her life as a prize-winning architect. One day, she …

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  • The Yes

    Author: Sarah Bee Illustrator: Satoshi Kitamura

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  • The Yes

    Author: Sarah Bee Illustrator: Satoshi Kitamura

    Stunning illustrations complement this quirky story to encourage reluctant adventurers to overcome their anxieties and grasp life …

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