My Feelings Are Hungry is an unusual kids book written by Ava Parnass MSN CS, a Child and Family psychotherapist. Her books present a unique solution to many urgent issues such as the obesity epidemic and childhood behavior problems, and her books do so in an entertaining yet educational, interactive format.
“Ms. Parnass’ new book, My Feelings Are Hungry, has created a compelling imaginary world in which children can discover for themselves the underlying feelings that are causing them to misbehave or crave junk food. The superhero Mushy the Magic Book pops out of the computer when a child having trouble in school or at home. She freezes time and transports the characters to Feeling Town where they engage in a series of fun adventures.”
In her new book “My Feelings are Hungry,” Ava Parnass created a Feeling Town Map where streets are named after emotions. Parents and children can look at the colorful map together and figure out what feeling is hiding underneath. The rhyming text, colorful illustrations and emphasis on feelings captivate children and parents alike. My Feelings are Hungry helps you understand what your child is communicating with their silences and behavioral mishaps and it helps the child learn how they can translate it into words instead.
GIVEAWAY DETAILS: One lucky reader will receive one autographed copy of “My Feelings Are Hungry”, Kids Book, by Ava Parnass.
Giveaway Details: May 20- June4, 2011 Midnight CST
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