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How Do You Feel? “is a sweet children’s book” says Brigham Young University

Posted on November 18th, 2018 by pajamapress

Brigham Young University, Children’s Book & Media Reviews

“This is a sweet children’s book with acrylic and colored pencil illustrations. Each animal uses a simile to describe how they feel: ‘I feel slimy, like a slippery watermelon seed.’ Some of the comparisons should help children who haven’t had direct contact with some of these animals to understand what they feel like.”

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Imagination Soup included How Do You Feel? in their list of “Picture Books You Can Use for Writing Prompts”

Posted on June 25th, 2017 by pajamapress

HowDoYouFeel_website“This is a literal (tactile) feelings book with lots of beautiful similes. Toad feels bumpy like the trunk of a gnarly tree. Duckling feels fuzzy like tall grass reaching for the sun. Rabbit feels silky like a web carefully spun. Use this captivating book to inspire your own metaphorical statements.”

Click here to read the full list of “Picture Books You Can Use for Writing Prompts”