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Are You Mad at Me? by Tyler Feder and Cody Feder
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Are You Mad at Me? by Tyler Feder and Cody Feder
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Sep 05, 2023 | ISBN 9780593615669

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“A comforting story about a problem many kids deal with; it reassures them that worries aren’t unusual and don’t have to feel overwhelming. The authors leave readers with the realistic yet optimistic view that anxiety doesn’t disappear altogether but can be confronted through one’s own positive outlook and support from family and friends. Colorful, cartoony digital illustrations are lively and endearing; note the enjoyable seek-and-find opportunity at the end.” —Kirkus

“Tyler Feder and sister Cody Feder wisely don’t try to solve their protagonist’s concerns, but by giving anxiety a specific name and reiteratively showing the world to be an essentially benevolent place—portrayed via crisp cartooning in bright pastel colors—they underscore both the bird’s bravery and her burgeoning self-knowledge that when the Noodles come, ‘she would be okay’.” —Publishers Weekly

“This gentle bookabout children dealing with anxieties reassures kids that even if they get a case of the Noodles,they will be OK. The bright illustrations, which make great use of Opal’s long neck to visualizeher anxiety, offer a chance to find the hidden chameleon throughout the book.” —Booklist

Tyler and Cody Feder collaborate on this sweet and silly picture book that teaches children how to cope with social anxiety. This is an excellent read-aloud to reassure readers that everyone can have a case of The Noodles, and the book has potential for a fun reread to search for Opal’s chameleon friend hidden in theillustrations.” —The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books

“llustrations are digitally created and capture Opal’s emotions effectively. This title will be helpful to children in recognizing their own anxiety and also how other children might befeeling.” —School Library Journal

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