“You should read Feelings: A Story in Seasons by Manjit Thapp. Traveling through the seasons, Thapp’s art follows her own changing emotions and moods as they mirror the weather. It’s a visually interesting and creative way of expressing how we as humans are really just sophisticated plants who need water, sunshine, and good soil to thrive.”—Book Riot
“Feelings makes me feel unoriginal in the best way. It reminds me that despite the specific experience of my individual humanity, there’s a shared one too, with the people around me, but also with the Earth. It’s a colorful road map of how we all cycle through the seasons around us and inside us, a constant oscillation between rain and sun and rage and relief. I’d give this book to anyone and would be confident they would find themselves somewhere inside it.”—Olivia Gatwood, author of Life of the Party
“A beautifully illustrated, evocative look inside the emotions that live and take root inside us. Feelings is simply gorgeous—lush with Thapp’s signature color palettes and evocatively profound, it fills the reader with a longing to climb inside each page and stay awhile. This book is a necessary reminder that the entire spectrum of emotion serves purpose, that each feeling is valuable, and, most important, that we are not alone.”—Meera Lee Patel, bestselling author of Start Where You Are, My Friend Fear, and Create Your Own Calm
“Feelings filled me with a deep sense of nostalgia, warmth, and comfort. Manjit Thapp’s illustrations are breathtakingly beautiful. Every single panel is a masterpiece in its own right.”—Polly Nor, artist
“A very thoughtful and wildly beautiful book . . . Manjit Thapp’s distinctive use of space and color exquisitely explores what it means to be a self, and the power of our feelings.”—Liana Finck, author of Passing for Human
“[Feelings] is a visual-emotional banquet in which to get both lost and found.”—Booklist (starred review)
“[Feelings is] a colorfully heartfelt evocation of thought and emotion.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Make some tea, curl up with this beautiful book, and let Manjit’s warmth, sincerity, and intimacy wash over you. You’ll understand yourself a bit better, and you’ll feel like you’ve made an instant friend.”—Mari Andrew, New York Times bestselling author of Am I There Yet?