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In My Heart: A Book of Feelings (Growing Hearts) (Hardcover)
Celebrate feelings in all their shapes and sizes in this New York Times bestselling picture book from the Growing Hearts series!
Happiness, sadness, bravery, anger, shyness . . . our hearts can feel so many feelings! Some make us feel as light as a balloon, others as heavy as an elephant. In My Heart explores a full range of emotions, describing how they feel physically, inside, with language that is lyrical but also direct to empower readers to practice articulating and identifying their own emotions.
With whimsical illustrations and an irresistible die-cut heart that extends through each spread, this gorgeously packaged and unique feelings book is sure to become a storytime favorite.
The Growing Hearts series celebrates the milestones of a toddler’s emotional development, from conquering fears and expressing feelings to welcoming a new sibling. Read them all!
Hello in There: A Big Sister’s Book of Waiting In My Heart: A Book of Feelings Brave As Can Be: A Book of Courage All My Treasures: A Book of Joy In My Room: A Book of Creativity and Imagination With My Daddy: A Book of Love and Family My Little Gifts: A Book of Sharing My Tree and Me: A Book of Seasons
About the Author
Christine Roussey is the author-illustrator of My Lazy Cat and the illustrator of Hello in There, In My Heart, Brave As Can Be, All My Treasures, and In My Room. She works in advertising, as well as with newspapers, magazines, and publishers. She lives in Paris.
STARRED REVIEW "Consider this beautifully designed French import a must-have for any storytime or one-on-one sharing regarding the somewhat sticky subject of feelings." — Kirkus Reviews
"Witek covers an impressive emotional range while Roussey's childlike drawings evoke each feeling with a playful style." — Publishers Weekly
"...evocative imagery, popping with bright colors against the effectively used white background." — Kathleen Kelly MacMillan, Carroll County Public Library, MD