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Just a Bad Day

by Gina & Mercer Mayer
It's a rainy day and things keep going wrong but Little Critter finds out that even the worst day can always change for the better. 8 pages, Ages 4-8

Item Number: 393
Category:Print-and-Braille Books in Contracted Braille (in UEB)

Price: $6.75
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4Just a Bad Day is entertaining and can help young children learn how to deal with negative feelings and situations.
If you can think back to when you were a child, the incidents in this book are all valid reasons for having a bad day.
This book has some positive things to say. I know my kids identify with the little Critter in this story - what child hasn't been upset by things out of her/his control - with a rainy day or a broken toy, or the annoying actions of a sibling?
In identifying with Little Critter, children learn that they're not alone and that their feelings of boredom, frustration, and anger are valid. That negative feelings can quickly turn around and become positive. We sit down as a family and read this book together. We talk about how the Critter is feeling and discuss what positive things HE might do to improve his day (especially if you still don't like the idea of a new toy, a material object, being the reason for his day getting better) or how he can plan ahead to ensure that the next rainy day is good one.

2011-07-16

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