When was the last time you listened to how your child was feeling? It turns out they have a lot to say.
Told from the perspective of a grade 1 boy, this book illustrates what sometimes goes on in your young reader's mind, that may be very difficult for them to verbalize.
I feel like I'm getting yelled at all day, whether at home or at school...
What can I do to make them happy? Am I bad person...?
I got yelled at when I accidentally made my baby sister cry. I got yelled at when I made the girl in my class cry. And even when I get into arguments with my classmates, I get yelled at.
The grownups always tell me, "Are you causing trouble again?", "You should apologize!", "Why aren't you saying anything?"
It turns out there are a lot of things a child may want to say, but have trouble finding the words. A touching book to share with your child, to give them the words they need to talk about things, and to help us reflect on our interaction with our young ones.
Recipeint of the 2nd Annual Japanese Board on Books for Young People Award (JBBY)
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