Product Number : 61820
Illustrated vignettes help children understand the phenomenon of mixed feelings using common childhood situations
Double- Dip Feelings: Stories to Help Children Understand Emotions by Barbara Cain. Learning to cope with ambivalence is one of the greatest challenges in a child's emotional development. In the second edition of this delightful and engaging book, a series of familiar situations illustrates the common yet uncomfortable experience of having two contrasting feelings at the same time. The first day of school brings both pride and fear; the arrival of a new brother or sister can trigger both joy and sadness. These vignettes will help the young child recognize and understand the phenomenon of mixed feelings. 32 page, soft cover book. Recommended for ages 4-8.
This product is also part of the Dealing with Difficult Feelings Storybook Set. Click here to purchase the book as part of the set.
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