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This book is the second book in a series about a boy called Kaiyo for preschool children exploring feelings and emotions. This book is ideal for Early Years settings and group discussion. It is not always easy to find books that help children of preschool age think about feelings and emotions. This series, about a young boy called Kaiyo and his sister Amy, is designed to help parents and teachers open a dialogue about how children react in certain situations and how they should react in a way that is helpful to all. Kaiyo is shown playing with various friends. When his toys get broken or damaged, he is naturally very cross, but he stays cross even when his friends say sorry. As a result, his friends are upset and leave, and he finds himself alone with no one to play with. Eventually, he tells his friend that it does not matter when he has accidently sunk his boat, effectively forgiving him. The friend stays and they find something else to play. There are full colour illustrations throughout, and the book is big enough to share in a group setting. The books are designed to promote discussion and therefore do not include explanations about why certain feelings are being expressed. It is important for nursery workers and parents to be able to discuss feelings in a non-judgemental way with toddlers.Show more
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