Inside Me Lives A Village is a new book by Nadine Levitt that empowers children to identify, acknowledge and direct the many feelings that live inside them.
Feelings are a part of life, whether you feel happy, angry, sad, or shy, but they can feel even bigger and overwhelming to children. With beautiful illustrations by Miriam Mitzi Rosas each feeling is brought to life as a character that can be welcomed and also directed as desired.
“It’s empowering for kids to understand that emotions do not control us, and we do not control our emotions. But they live inside us all the time, so it’s important to have a good relationship with them. We foster a good relationship with emotions by quickly identifying and acknowledging them as they come up. The better our relationship with our emotions, the easier it will be to direct them!”
This is a must-have book for children, parents, and teachers to talk to kids about the proper way to think, deal and express their many feelings.
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