A Little Book About Feelings

  A Little Book About Feelings, by Ruby’s Studio and brought to you by PicPocket Books, is perfect for any time... but especially perfect for Valentine's Day. Not only is this app filled with empowering messages from the experts on social and emotional learning for young children, it's also one of the most charming pictures book apps you'll ever find. With its adorable images and lovable characters, expressing a variety of feelings, you and your child will be smitten from the very first swipe. The beautiful photos of the little, handmade, felt animals are simply enchanting. This book is based on the "A Little Lesson On Feelings" segment in the award-winning children's show, "Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show." and is narrated by the beloved Ruby! Ruby’s Studio is a series of helpful shows, books, products and apps designed to assist young kids in developing character, a stronger sense of self-worth, and solid problem-solving skills. Brought to you by The Mother Company: mamas on a mission to “Help Parents Raise Good People” by nurturing social and emotional literacy in the next generation. As mothers of preschoolers, we know first-hand that the most important lessons we can teach our young children are based in social and emotional learning: how to be a good friend, how to share, how to be nice to your sibling, how to move past bedtime struggles, how to appropriately express your feelings, etc. The ABC’s and 123’s will come; the main challenge in raising a young child is how to best lay the foundation to become a good person. Dubbed "The Whole Foods of children's entertainment," our award-winning Ruby's Studio products are stylish and gently paced, with a homegrown organic appeal and old-school aesthetic. For parents, we also offer TheMotherCo.com, a beautiful, easy to navigate website with world-renowned expert advice around the same social and emotional issues we all face as we strive to raise good people. You can't go wrong with that philosophy! Discover more at www.TheMotherCo.com  
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