I feel Jealous
Jealousy is a common emotion experienced by children interacting with their peers or siblings. “I Feel Jealous” illustrates humorous situations where children are likely to pangs of jealousy, such as the birth of a new sibling or not being chosen by a school teacher.
However, while it is easy to fall into feelings of jealousy, this book cleverly restructures situations to reveal the best in every situation. While is it fine to be proud of one’s achievements, the book teaches children not to boast and to be considerate, so as not to incite jealousy in others.
Additionally, you will find notes for teachers and parents with activities to discuss which behaviours they engage in when jealousy strikes, and how these jealous feelings can be masked by anger and frustration.
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