Guess the Emotions: A Lift-the-Flap Book with 35 Flaps! (Clever Hide & Seek) (Board book)
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Emotions and learning how to handle them are an important part of a child’s social emotional development. Guess the Emotions invites young readers to see how the characters on each page react to feeling a certain emotion. Each full-page spread introduces a different emotion, such as feel scared because of thunder; feeling angry because a child had a toy taken away; what we look like when we feel sad; things that make us happy; and advice on how to handle different emotions. Each spread contains 7 flaps with the answer hidden beneath. Children will love to open and explore the 35 flaps throughout the book. With adorable, full-color illustrations throughout, Guess the Emotions is the perfect interactive book to introduce young children to the complex topic of emotions.
About the Author
Clever Publishing was founded in 2010 with the purpose of changing children's lives for the better. We create a world full of fascinating experiences for families through our books, games, sets, and series. Focusing on Pre-school and Edutainment, we've developed a wide range of innovative formats with modern teaching techniques. Kids love to read, touch, and play while learning, so our program includes products for all ages, including box sets; board books; puzzle books; learning flash cards; interactive coloring, activity, and word play formats; and boards games for the entire family. Our dream team - more than 100 employees worldwide - have a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of children's books. With this expertise, we present products that are fun, entertaining, and vibrant. We are modern and educational and strive to always emphasize the importance of first experiences. We connect to the needs of busy parents and aim to enrich the time spent with their children. Our goal is to make children - and their parents - happy!
Lena Zolotareva’s portfolio is full of illustrations for various projects, but children’s books will always have a special place in it, because as she says, helping children to grow into happy adults is the most important thing.