Picture Books ~ Feelings


Frame, Jeron Ashford
Yesterday I Had the Blues
JUV 398.8.A8434y

A young boy ponders a variety of emotions and how different members of his family experience them, from his own blues to his father's grays and his grandmother's yellows. 2008.


Curtis, Jamie Lee
Today I Feel Silly & Other Moods That Make My Day 
JUV 398.8.C944to

A child's emotions range from silliness to anger to excitement, coloring and changing each day. 2007.


Evans, Lezlie
Sometimes I Feel Like a Storm Cloud
JUV 398.8.E922so

A child describes how it feels to experience a variety of emotions. 1999.


Freymann, Saxton
How are You Peeling? Foods with Moods
JUV 398.8.F898h

Brief text and photographs of carvings made from vegetables introduce the world of emotions by presenting leading questions such as "Are you feeling angry?" 1999.


Harris, Robie H. 
The Day Leo Said I Hate You
JUV 398.8.H2434dl

Leo, upset that he has been hearing the word "no" all day, lets three words slip out that he wishes he could take back. 2008.


Hobbie, Holly
Toot & Puddle: You are My Sunshine
JUV 398.8.H6519tp

Puddle cannot make his friend Toot stop moping until a huge thunderstorm clears the air. 1999.


Lester, Helen
Hurty Feelings
JUV 398.8.L5674hf

It looks like trouble when Fragility, a hippopotamus, whose feelings are easily hurt, meets Rudy, a rude elephant, on the soccer field. 2004.


Lichtenheld, Tom
What are You So Grumpy About?
JUV 398.8.L6178w 

A collection of cartoons that present various reasons for being grumpy, such as eating grown-up cereal, getting a boring birthday present, doing chores, and being touched by your brother or sister. 2003.


Spinelli, Eileen
When You are Happy
JUV 398.8.S757wh

A young child learns that love complements every mood. 2006.


Tankard, Jeremy
Grumpy Bird
JUV 398.8.T1564g

Feeling too grumpy to fly, Bird begins to walk and finds that his mood changes as other animals join him. 2007.


Wight, Tamra
The Three Grumpies
JUV ME COLL 398.8.W6394t

A little girl wakes up with the grumpies, three of them in fact, who follow her around all day causing trouble, until she figures out how to get rid of them. 2003.


Ziefert, Harriet
Clara Ann Cookie
JUV 398.8.Z62ca  

When Clara does not want to get dressed, her mother encourages her to make the meanest, ugliest, scariest faces in the mirror while she assists the girl in putting on her clothes. 2003.