Anger, fear, sadness: how books can help children with emotions

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 9 August 2017

11 mins

Finding the right words to help children with the feelings we still grapple with as adults can be challenging.

Children's book author and literacy advocate Jaquelyn Muller says that the right book can help.

For more on Jaquelyn check out her website, and for a look at the books she recommends for teaching children about emotions, click here.

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