Very First Questions & Answers: Why do I (sometimes) feel sad?

Katie Daynes

Age: 3+


Series: Very First Questions and Answers

Very First Questions & Answers: Why do I (sometimes) feel sad?

By: Katie Daynes

Illustrated by Amy Willcox

Series : Very First Questions and Answers

Age 3+

In stock

It's normal and OK to feel sad at times. It happens to everyone, for all sorts of different reasons. We might just show it in different ways. This book uses thoughtful, engaging illustrations and gentle, friendly text to help children recognise sadness, understand why they might feel that way, find ways of coping and ways to feel happy again. Drawing on expert input from child clinical psychologist Dr Sasha Lillie Lyons, this book provides children and their grown-ups with a perfect tool to help them discuss their feelings and emotions.
12 pages
195 x 165mm
Board ISBN:
Publication Date:
April 2023
Work Reference:
Katie Daynes
Katie has been writing non-fiction children's books for almost half her life and loves questioning the world from a child's point of view. She's developed some of Usborne's bestselling series, including the See Inside books and Lift-the-flap Questions and Answers. When she's not writing, she likes drinking coffee, walking on the moors and playing competitive board games with her children.

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Teachers’ resources

This resource pack focuses upon recognizing and understanding feelings and can be used with children from EYFS through to KS2.

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