So Happy/So Sad by Julie Paschkis
One cover of this book is titled So Sad while the other is So Happy. You read to the center of the book, close it, flip it, and read the other side. The pages have simple text describing the colorful animals and their respective emotions: the porcupine is pouting, the crocodile is crying, the peacock is parading, the goat is giddy, etc. I love that it covers both ends of the spectrum - happy and sad equally - and that it introduces young children to a new variety of descriptive words.
In case you missed it, here is the list of this week's books about feelings:
by Janan Cain
by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
by Dr. Suess
by Laurie Keller
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