Smorgasbord Children’s Reading Room – #Emotions Jeff Goodman, #ComicCon Candy Keane

Welcome to the Children’s Reading Room with books for ages up to twelve years old.

The first author today is Jeff Goodman with a recent review for Feel Like Eggs? Illustrated by Gabriella Urbina

About the book

Each egg has an emotion

In this delightful book.

The menu’s full of feelings,

And your child is the cook!

This is no ordinary carton of eggs. Inside this carton, the eggs express their feelings through a dozen different dishes. A happy sunny-side-up egg, a sensitive poached egg and a naughty deviled egg are among the clever characters revealed throughout this adorable picture book. With playful rhymes and irresistible illustrations, it’s a whimsical journey into an egg-centric buffet of feelings that will whet even the pickiest kids’ appetites for a helping of emotional intelligence.

“Feel Like Eggs? is not only charming and heartfelt, but also a brilliant social-emotional learning tool. Jeff Goodman’s debut will have kids cracking up — and cracking open about their emotions. This is a deliciously imaginative picture book that puts some protein into storytime.” —Lori Gottlieb, New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone

One of the recent reviews for the book

Erin 5.0 out of 5 stars Fun book for young kids  Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2021

My 4 year old loves this book! He has asked me to read it everyday since we got it. He loves the cute pictures and enjoys acting out the emotions as we read. The story is clever and entertaining for the adults reading it too. It teaches kids how to identify and express emotions in a fun, playful way. This is a must have for any parent, preschool or kindergarten teacher!

Read the reviews and buy the book: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK – Follow Jeff: Goodreads –  Connect to Jeff: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK – Website: Jeff Goodman Author – Facebook: Jeff Goodman Author – Twitter: @jeffgoodman2 – LinkedIn: Jeff Goodman

And a recent review for Candy Keane and her new release I’m Going to My First Comic Convention

About the book

An illustrated children’s book about a little boy excited to attend his first pop-culture comic con and all the fun things he will get to see. Whether its a stroll through Artist’s Alley, meeting celebrities, or choosing a cosplay for the big day, there’s plenty to see and do at the convention! Written for kids, but also a good resource for parents who might wonder what goes on at a comic con type event.

One of the recent reviews for the book

TedO 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Fun Read  Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2020

This was a great fun read and totally explains the Con Going experience in a way that a child could appreciate. Can’t wait for a sequel about building a child’s first costume!

Read the reviews an buy the book: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK –

Author Pages: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK- Follow Candy: Goodreads –  Blog: geekmamas.com  Facebook: Geek Mamas Mag– Twitter: @sewgeekmama – Instagram: Sewgeekmama

 

 

 

24 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Children’s Reading Room – #Emotions Jeff Goodman, #ComicCon Candy Keane

  1. Great kids books, Sally. I could have used Jeff’s egg book when teaching emotional fluency to little kids. Such a valuable resource. Candy’s book sounds like pure fun. I could learn something from that one myself! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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  2. I’m on the children’s author festival committee that brings twenty-five authors to our area biennially, where the authors talk to local school children about writing and their books. The most popular authors at that event are often those comic and graphic novel types.

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