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PRESS RELEASE

Understanding & Coping with Emotions
Most Popular Topics for Parenting Press Books

The Way I Feel, the 32-page hardcover picture book about emotions by Janan Cain, is once again back in stock, and once again Parenting Press’s best-selling title for March.

Chicago-area illustrator Cain’s The Way I Act, which focuses on behavior, continues to be Parenting Press’s #2 title in sales.

Other top 10 titles for the month’s sales to date include the 18-page board book edition of The Way I Feel, ideal for toddlers, and the Spanish edition of The Way I Feel Así me siento yo.

For more information about any of Cain’s books, see www.parentingpress.com/media/janan-cain.html. Teacher guides, information on CCSS alignment and downloadable resources for the Cain books are available at www.parentingpress.com/teachers.html.

Two abuse prevention guides for young children by Lory Freeman, It’s MY Body: A Book to Teach Young Children How to Resist Uncomfortable Touch, and Loving Touches — A Book for Children About Positive, Caring Kinds of Touching, have been popular for more than 25 years.

Two other now-classic publications among Parenting Press bestsellers are Self-Calming Cards created by Elizabeth Crary and Mits Katayama, which describe and illustrate strategies for handling anxiety, anger, excitement and other strong emotions; and I’m Mad, a branching-format book that encourages children to determine what turns the plot takes at several points, as the main character works through his anger at a younger brother. Two similar books also selling well this spring are I’m Frustrated and My Name is Not Dummy.

For more information about any of these titles, see parentingpress.com.

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Last updated March 17, 2016