I'm Excited

I'm Excited
I'm Excited

I'm Excited

By Elizabeth Crary, Illustrated by Jeanne Whitney

Dealing with Feelings

JUVENILE FICTION

32 Pages, 7 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $9.95 (CA $11.95) (US $9.95)

ISBN 9780943990910

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Jan 1994)
Parenting Press

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Overview

This series recognizes that children are entitled to their feelings even when their behavior needs to be corrected. It acknowledges specific feelings and offers children several ways to deal with them. Each book features a choose-your-own-adventure format, and shows what different outcomes of choices might be—allowing children to back up and try another solution if they don’t like the outcome, or to try a variety of choices to see how each might turn out. Annie and Jesse are very excited because it’s their birthday. Young children will love helping the twins find activities to release their high energy on this special day.

Author Biography

Elizabeth Crary is the award-winning author of more than 40 children’s and child-guidance publications. She has taught parenting education, with an emphasis on problem-solving and skill-building methods, and established Parenting Press in 1979. She lives in Seattle. Jean Whitney is the illustrator of all the books in the Dealing with Feelings series.

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