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Glad Monster Sad Monster download ebook
ISBN:
0316233935
ISBN13:
978-0316233934
Author:
Emberley,Ed Emberley
Publisher:
Little Brown and Company (October 1999)
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Pages:
16 pages
ePUB:
1305 kb
Fb2:
1606 kb
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Rating:
4.1

Ed Emberley is a Caldecott Award-winner and the author of Go Away, Big Green Monster!; Bye-Bye, Big Bad Bullybug; and his enormously popular Fingerprint Drawing Book series. He lives in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Ed Emberley is a Caldecott Award-winner and the author of Go Away, Big Green Monster!; Bye-Bye, Big Bad Bullybug; and his enormously popular Fingerprint Drawing Book series. It has turned out to be a great book for him and my other son! It has helped them express how they feel about things which is usually difficult for them.

Glad Monster, Sad Monster book. Caldecott Medal-winning author/artist Ed Emberley provides readers with an imaginatively crafted book that helps children identify and understand their emotions. Visit him at his Web site: ww. demberley.

Edward Randolph Emberley (born October 19, 1931) is an American artist and illustrator, best known for children's picture books. Emberley was born in Malden, Massachusetts. He studied art at the Massachusetts School of Art in Boston (now the Massachusetts College of Art and Design), from which he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and illustration. He also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Glad monster, sad monster. A Book About Feelings. by Anne Miranda & illustrated by Ed Emberley

Glad monster, sad monster. by Anne Miranda & illustrated by Ed Emberley.

Glad, sad, silly, mad - monsters have all kinds of different feelings! In this innovative die-cut book, featuring a snazzy foil cover, you'll try on funny masks a. .A great gift book with a super message. com User, June 17, 2008. Yellow monsters, green monsters, purple monsters-They all have feelings. Sometimes they are happy about birthday presents and other times they are worried by seeing little creepy-crawly things. This is a book to help children put the right words and faces to the emotions they are feeling or are seeing in others.

Glad, sad, silly, mad - monsters have all kinds of different feelings! In this innovative die-cut book, featuring a snazzy foil cover, you'll try on funny masks as you walk through the wide range of moods all little monsters (and kids!) experience. Here's a fun, interactive way to explore the many different ways we feel!Caldecott Medal-winning author/artist Ed Emberley provides readers with an imaginatively crafted book that helps children identify and understand their emotions.

Even monsters have all kinds of feelings! They can be glad, silly, sad, or ma. Recommended for ages 2 to 6. Glad Monster, Sad Monster: A Book About Feelings (9780316573955) by Ed Emberley.

Even monsters have all kinds of feelings! They can be glad, silly, sad, or mad. This bright, interactive book helps children identify and understand their emotions. You can punch out all 7 of the funny monster masks and try them on as you walk through the wide range of moods little monsters (and kids!) experience. It's a fun, interactive way to explore the many different ways we feel! Includes a keepsake pocket to keep all the masks together.

Caldecott Award-winning author-artist Ed Emberley has created an ingenious way for children to chase away their . Kids can turn the pages of this die-cut book and watch the Big Green Monster grow

Caldecott Award-winning author-artist Ed Emberley has created an ingenious way for children to chase away their nighttime fears. Kids can turn the pages of this die-cut book and watch the Big Green Monster grow. Then, when they're ready to show him who's in charge, they'll turn the remaining pages and watch him disappear! This lavish reissue features dramatic die-cut eyes and sparkling foil on the cover.

Ed Emberley - fond memories of drawing every single thing in this book Make a World. Go Away Big Green Monster Activity: emergency substitute plans?

Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Faces Ed Emberley - fond memories of drawing every single thing in this book Make a World. An independent documentary about the life and magic of iconic illustrator Ed Emberley, whose 1972 book Make a World shaped the visual culture of an entire generation. Ed Emberley ~sweet little illustrations and neat retro font~. Go Away Big Green Monster Activity: emergency substitute plans?

Reviews:
  • Helldor
My son loves this book, and I think it helps a lot with his emotional intelligence.

The masks come out and there is a pocket in the back to hold them in. Of course they still get left out and ripped up, though. But it's nice that they thought of the pocket. We tried very hard to keep them safe for a couple of weeks!

My son and I will reference what color monster we feel like sometimes to help express our feelings. I can ask him what color monster he feels like when he seems a little overwhelmed with emotion, which helps him to stop and reflect on his feelings so we can better address the problem. It's also a little more meaningful when I tell him, for example, that I feel like the blue monster because he is jumping on me and it hurts.

Also, and this was of his own design, he uses his "monster friends" to help protect him from his blinds. The tree outside his window sometimes scrapes his window, so he's afraid of his blinds. But he'll call his monster friends and/or lay their masks around his bed to help him feel safe. He prefers the green monster, to better scare off whatever is scaring him.
  • Uthergo
My 2-year-old daughter loves this book to death! I ordered it because I wanted to add a few carefully chosen books about feelings to our home library. This one is neatly interactive in that in includes detachable pages with masks illustrating each feeling. There's also a handy pocket in the back to keep the masks stored, which is helpful. It features 2 pages for each "feeling" and bright almost neon illustrations of cute monsters that are exhibiting each feeling with companion text. There are pages for glad, angry, loving, sad, silly, and worried. I think I would opt to include a few more feelings if I had a choice - perhaps a page for disappointed. I think it has been a good addition to our library, even if I am now sick of reading the darn thing. My daughter loves it though and I think it's helping her understanding the new feelings she is having as she grows.
  • xander
My oldest son had Go Away Big Green Monster and it was read so often that it started to fall apart. We ordered a new copy of it and this showed up as a suggestion. Since my kids loved this book so much, we gave it a try.

It did not disappoint. My middle son loves to run around with the tear out masks and acts out the emotions.

I would imagine this would be a great book for kids on the autistic spectrum as it focuses on emotion and facial expression recognition.
  • Wyameluna
There is no story to this book. It's just fun.

It's colorful. It engages a kid with the shapes and faces. And its' just a fun book.

If you're like me, any book that encourages a child to pick it up and turn every page until the end is a good book. Just because a book like this doesn't have a story, or a moral lesson to teach, doesn't mean it's not a good book. Kids like this book because it's fun and that makes it a winner!

There is some educational value to it in that it talks about emotions (It shows different faces to match the monsters' emotions). That's good stuff, but it's not the strength of this book. The strength of this book is how much fun it is and how stimulating it is to a child's imagination.
  • Gogul
I got this for my son who has autism just because he likes monsters and likes the other books by Ed Emberley. It has turned out to be a great book for him and my other son! It has helped them express how they feel about things which is usually difficult for them. Really a great book (even for older kids in our case.)
  • Blacknight
I bought this thinking it was a book I had as a child, in the 80's. Sadly, it was not, but the pictures are bright and eye-popping. It comes w Masks that can be stored in a back pocket of The book. Unfortunately, my toddler isn't into this book yet, but maybe in the next few years He will be.
  • Kamick
Believe it or not...this book helps control tantrums. Most kids between 2 and 4 don't have the vocabulary to express their feelings. This book teaches them the different emotions, and assigns a color to them. If my son starts to cry, instead of getting frustrated, I can ask him, "Are you a blue monter (the sad one) or a yellow monster (the glad one)? He'll say the blue monster. It's how we get kids to verbalize instead of tantrum. It's helped immensely. I wouldn't use the mask part though, cause kids sometimes don't understand that you are behind the mask and they think you've gone away. Also recommend "Go Away Big Scary Monster" by Emberly. Fantastic!!!

On a side note...I will say that I've never been able to really use the fold out pages (that has eye holes for you to look through...so you can be one of the monsters)....the book's a bit unwieldy that way. But I just ignore that part of it and just read the book like I would any other.

After the "mad monster" gets mad at a kid knocking down his blocks....I ask my son - What makes you mad? And then..."What makes you sad? - Happy?" - and so on.

When you tell kids to stop yelling or throwing things (or whatever your kid might do to show frustration) sometimes they interpret it as, "We're not allowed to be angry." Which'll make them robots when they grow up. This book opens the discussion up for them.
I bought it for use in a training. It was recommended by the training manual. Most of us didn't like the choices of colors. Very garish and some of them could not be seen by children with color deficiency. (Used to be called red-green colorblind.).
But the words and pictures mostly did go together. That was the reason for the second star.