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My Book Full of Feelings
How to Control and React to the SIZE of Your Emotions: An Interactive Workbook for Parents, Professionals and Children

Based on the newest research on the predictive brain and ASD! This highly engaging workbook is an ideal way to help teach children with autism spectrum disorder to identify, assess the intensity of, and respond appropriately to their emotions. Children learn to identify situations that are "big deals," "medium deals," and "small deals" and the emotions that match these situations. My Book Full of Feelings: How to Control and React to the SIZE of Your Emotions - An Interactive Workbook for Parents, Professionals, and Children is fully interactive. By using a dry-erase marker, unique situations and solutions can be added and changed with the wipe of a paper towel, as the child masters a skill and grows. Also included is a communication pad for tracking and sharing information between home and school - an important component of effective programming. The educational book is a great tool for all children, including those with autism spectrum disorder.


Amy V. Jaffe, MSW, holds a master's degree in social work from New York University. For the past 15+ years, she has served the West Hartford, Connecticut school system as a specialist working with children with special needs. She also conducts workshops for teachers and consults on a wide range of childhood disorders. Her 30+ years of experience include serving on the staff of a child guidance clinic where she supervised social work interns and on the staff of family agencies, as well as conducting a private psychotherapy practice and consulting for other clinical social work and education professionals. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and of the Connecticut Clinical Social Work Society.

Luci Gardner
has a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Hartford and is head of Gardner Group Graphic Design, a West Hartford graphic design firm that has worked on products for children, including educational games, toys, and puzzles. In addition, her firm has developed card games, books, videos and puppets for a company that produces American Sign Language teaching materials for both the deaf and hearing communities. Luci has been active with non-profit clients that serve children, such as schools, hospitals, and state agencies.

ISBN: 9781931282833

Reviews (5)

LENEXA, Kansas
June 03 2016
Customer Review: Kimberly - For those that work with children, adolescents and their families, This book is a good one to have. The kids I work with informed me that this is an awesome book and that they better understand their feelings.....
LENEXA, Kansas
June 03 2016
Customer Review: Joan - I like that this book helps the child think of levels of emotions and appropriate behaviors for different levels. This could be useful in helping a child understand that a full melt down doesn't have to be the first course of action when negative emotions are encountered. Its a very simple concept of a book which is a good thing -- I'm tired of books padded with extra words to justify their existence. This book has simple directions in the front in a nice clean legible font. This is followed by exercise pages for each emotion. All of that is laminated for durability and so that you can reuse the exercises. In the end are worksheets that can be torn out and used. Its all spiral bounded which makes is again more durable and easy to use. My only real complaint about the book is that the tabs that stick out of the book are easily damaged. Mine arrived somewhat beat up from shipment. A little better packing would have prevented that but they'd still easily get damaged by use. If the publisher revises the book, I'd suggest that the end board extend to the width that the tabs stick out and that a clear plastic front cover be provided that extends over the tabs.
LENEXA, Kansas
June 03 2016
Customer Review: Arthur J. Gerry - this book is great for kids with ADHD or any kid that has a hard time following rules or have melt downs. It gives a chart for your feelings (ie-1-good-5-exploding) and it has space that you and your child can write down how to handle a situation so the numbers stay low. I highly recommend this book!
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