Color sample looks colorful, but in fact, he is very uncertain. A girl explains that he has made a "mess of his emotions" and advises him to organize the emotions by stopping each one in his own pot. Artistic and surprising pop-up book to learn how to deal with one's own emotions: sadness (depicted in blue tones), anger (red), fear (black), joy (yellow) and calm (green). For example, on the 'calm' picture, you can see all kinds of vegetation in green, standing on the double sides, two trees plus a hammock with the (green) color sample in it. Color monster looks like Sendaks 'Maximonsters', the girl as a cut-out figure from a children's drawing. The body language is clear. Work has been done with collages containing inventive materials such as strings, paper, (golf) cardboard and tools like the dots. Thick coloring pencil lines provide an extra vivid leaf mirror. The text consists of short sentences. The more difficult words and abstract thinking require adult guidance. This extremely well-kept book with nine popups is mainly used for guidance because of the vulnerability and theme.
Suitable for children to learn to deal with emotions.
From 3 to 5 years.
Did you make a mess of your emotions? You need to organize them neatly: each has its own color and each has its own spot. This book will help you.