Children’s Book, Colorful Feelings, Connects Children to Their Feelings with Vibrant Color and Art
In this feel good children’s book, Ashley Hebenton charms audiences with beautiful illustrations and heartwarming text that helps children learn about their emotions.
Vancouver, B.C., Canada (PRUnderground) June 7th, 2019
“A beautiful must have book for every preschool or house with a preschool child. A book about colors and feelings that is simple, sweet and beautifully illustrated. This book is what every preschool teacher will love to have in their classroom library.” – Donna Williams, Early Childhood Educator
“A lovely book for young children that delightfully captures the relationship between colours, feelings and moods. Beautifully written, and with detailed illustrations that captivate children and adults alike!” – Terry, Preschool Teacher (Early Childhood Educator)
Inspired by her own children, Hebenton’s book, Colorful Feelings, explores the intensely sweet feelings and emotions of young children. The use of adorable animals, symmetrical designs and vibrant colors make this picture book visually stunning. Hebenton combines beautiful illustrations and sweet text to elicit warm and gentle, yet fun and exciting feelings for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. This concept-driven book is presented in a way that is easy for very young children to understand and is perfect for classrooms, daycares, libraries, preschools and the home.
Suitable for ages 0 – 5 but loved by all. This is the book parents have been waiting for.
Copies of Colorful Feelings are available at all major booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Black Rose Writing
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