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by Anne Patterson,Barbara S. Cain

Author: Anne Patterson,Barbara S. Cain
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Magination Press (May 2000)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.3
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Barbara S. Cain, MSW, writes about the normal feelings of childhood, and . About the Illustrator.

About the Illustrator. Anne Patterson is a book illustrator, portraitist, and graphic designer. I made a mistake the day after Double-Dip Feelings arrived: I took it to school and showed it to some parents. I had to fight to get it back. As you work with it, you'll wish you had it around when you were growing up. -Barbara Warren, Casa Grande Union High School, Arizona City, AZ, In The Gifted Child Today.

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item 5 Double-Dip Feelings by Barbara S Cain, Anne Patterson -Double-Dip Feelings by Barbara S Cain, Anne Patterson. Double-Dip Feelings (US IMPORT) BOOK NEW. £. 2. This volume is designed to help children understand emotions, and shows that it is possible to experience two contrasting feelings at the same time, such as feeling both proud and scared on the first day of school.

by Barbara S. Cain (Author), Anne Patterson (Illustrator). Delightfully done book for anyone actually who has trouble with emotions. In a simple childlike way the book illustrates how to handle more than one emotion at a time. 4 people found this helpful.

by Barbara Cain, Anne Patterson. This volume is designed to help children understand emotions, and shows that it is possible to experience two contrasting feelings at the same time, such as feeling both proud and scared on the first day of school

by Barbara Cain, Anne Patterson. Questions are raised throughout the book to help them cope with the tugs and pulls of emotions that simultaneous and dissimilar feelings can produce. Additional Product Info. Cain, Anne Patterson.

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Double-Dip Feelings : A Book to Help Children Understand Emotions. Double Dip Feelings is a wonderful book to help children understand the concept of ambivalence. It is clearly written with engaging illustrations & situations. It can be read by parents to their children to initiate a dialog about mixed feelings & the common situations that may elicit these feelings.

Double-Dip Feelings: Stories to Help Children Understand Emotions by Barbara S. Cain

Double-Dip Feelings: Stories to Help Children Understand Emotions by Barbara S. Cain. This book is all about showing the conflicting feelings we all feel at some times, such as feeling both proud and scared on the first day of school or feeling both joy and sadness at the arrival of a new sibling. After introducing each situation and telling how the character is feeling two conflicting emotions at the same time, the book asks Do you ever feel both and at the same time? This question provides a great opportunity for parents, caregivers, and teachers to discuss feelings with children

Discusses how natural it is to feel contradictory emotions. Presents situations, such as the first day of school, the birth of a sibling, or a move to a new house, and identifies two emotions each event is likely to elicit.