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Dealing with Feeling Shy
This title covers these subjects: Children -- Conduct of life., Emotions., Shyness.
Dealing with Feeling Shy
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Dealing with Feeling Shy

by Isabel Thomas
Illustrated by Clare Elsom

This book, part of the Dealing with Feeling series, looks at shyness. Topics covered within the book include what it feels like to be shy, how to stop feeling shy, and how to help other people who might be feeling shy.

Reading LevelGrades 1-2
Interest LevelGrades 1-2
Text TypeInformational Text
BrandRead and Learn
Page Dimensions7 11/16" x 8 11/16"
Page Count24
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $23.99 School/Library Price

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Reading Today Online - Barbara A. Ward

"After explaining that everyone experiences different emotions each day, the author then provides some of the reasons behind shyness and why someone might feel a bit shy. The author provides ways to overcome shyness as well as how to draw in others who seem to be shy. The advice is simple but quite practical, and anyone look ing for a way to overcome shyness can find help in the Shyness Toolbox suggested on page 22." - Reading Today Online

May 29, 2013

School Library Journal, Series Made Simple - Rebecca Dash Donsky, New York Public Library

"This community-minded series aims to help readers identify common emotions they or others might have. Students are assured that it’s normal and acceptable to feel negative feelings, but they must be expressed in ways that are not hurtful to others. Jealous, Proud, Sad, and Shy are notable for their nuanced treatment of complex affects. The multicultural casts of expressive cartoon characters are depicted in numerous situations. Each volume contains a “Toolbox” activity that advises readers to write down ways to maintain good feelings and dispel bad ones. . . .its content is Common Core State Standards ready and will instill self-awareness in children, meriting inclusion in elementary school libraries." - School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

April 1, 2013

Isabel Thomas

Isabel Thomas

Isabel Thomas studied Human Sciences at Oxford University before working in the wonderful world of children's publishing. She has written dozens of books for children and teenagers, and is a trained literacy tutor. Isabel lives in Cambridge, UK, with her husband and three rambunctious sons.

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