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My Many Colored Days
by Dr. Seuss

Using a spectrum of vibrant colors and a menagerie of animals, this unique book describes the range of human moods and emotions in the typical rhythm of a Dr. Seuss picture book.

Sometimes I’m Bombaloo
by Rachel Vail

Sometimes, Katie loses her temper. Sometimes she uses her feet and her fists instead of words. When Katie is this mad, she’s not herself: she’s BOMBALOO.

Today I Feel Silly
by Jamie Lee Curtis

Silly, cranky, excited, or sad—everyone has moods that can change each day. This book explores those moods with the child reader.

How does it feel to be a pigeon? Well, the bus driver is trying to get him to act happy, but as we all know, the pigeon is not going to be told what to do!

The Feelings Book
by Todd Parr

Todd Parr’s bold, kid-friendly illustrations portray children expressing all different moods, from “I feel very mad” and “I feel like reading books all day” to “I feel like wearing funny underwear.”

A young girl is upset and doesn’t know how to manage her anger but takes the time to cool off and regain her composure.

On a day when everything goes wrong for him, Alexander is consoled by the thought that other people have bad days too.

Includes a note to parents and caregivers that expands on the cognitive-behavioral science behind the strategies and tools presented in the book, with more information on how you can help your little one manage their anger.

Llama Llama Misses Mama
by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama experiences separation anxiety on his first day of nursery school.

Grumpy Pants
by Claire Messer

Have you ever had a grumpy day and not known why? Penguin is having a grumpy day like that. No matter what he does, he just can’t shake it! Sometimes the only thing left to do is wash the grumpy day away and start over.

A young child experiences sadness as if it were a visitor, acknowledging the emotion and suggesting activities to do with it.

Me and My Fear
by Francesa Sanna

When a young girl has to move countries and start at a new school, her fear tells her to be alone and afraid. How can she hope to make friends if she doesn’t understand anyone? Surely no one else feels the same way.

Grumpy Monkey
by Suzanne Lang

Jim Panzee wakes up in a bad mood one beautiful day, but he keeps denying he is grumpy even as his friends give advice for feeling better.