For boys and girls to recognize their emotions. For boys and girls to express their emotions. So that boys and girls know their own limits.
The body feels and expresses emotions through movements and attitudes. The smile illuminates the face, anger squeezes us and fear moves us to hide. Talking about emotions with children promotes empathic communication, avoids physical discomfort that could complicate it, and warns adults about situations that require greater protection. Based on friendly and colorful illustrations, these pages connect children with simple experiences, helping them recognize their emotions and name them.
Patricia Fernandez Bieberach, Chilean, is an author and child-adolescent psychologist. He has published several articles about the emotional well-being of children and adolescents, in addition to maintaining his psychotherapy consultation in Santiago de Chile. She is the author of several children's books and a contributor to our blog.
Margarita ValdesShe has a degree in Artistic Studies from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and later graduated in Illustration and Comics from ELISAVA in Barcelona. She has collaborated with various publishers. Among her illustrated books for Amanuta isMy body talks.