Preschool children should be able to describe their emotions before they start Kindergarten. Most children have a firm grasp on happy, sad, and mad so this book teaches them how to identify other critical moods that will help them not only vocalize how they are feeling, but parents and grandparents can help children identify strategies that will help the child manage those emotions in a way that is acceptable at school.
In this book Rabbit faces 12 situations that fill her with different emotions. Children are encouraged to identify what they think Rabbit should do to manage the situation, as well as to tell a story about when they also felt that emotion. Rabbit finds effective ways to handle each situation to help guide each child’s personal solution in the future.