What’s it about?
Zoo of Emotions is a read-aloud illustrated children’s book that teaches simple and complex emotions using the alphabet, rhythmic prose and colorful illustrations. By combining kid-friendly artwork, roll-off-the-tongue rhymes, and a fun exploration of the alphabet, Zoo of Emotions is set to become a favorite bedtime classic.
My Review of Zoo of Emotions
You have to get this book. You really do. I don’t care if you don’t have a kid, you still need to get this book. The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous. There’s a simple rhyme, accompanying each letter of the alphabet that the emotions are set to, on each page that flows smoothly off the tongue, and then you spend the next 2-3 minutes just staring at the illustrations and admiring how pretty they are.
The author and illustrators worked together perfectly to create this children’s book, and honestly it’d be cool just to have the individual pages framed and up on the wall in a child’s room. So pretty!
Title: Zoo of Emotions | Author: Teneisha R.S. Jones | Illustrator(s): Amy Churchwell and Christopher Jones | Publisher: Create Space | Pub. Date: 2015-12-8 | Pages: 30 | ISBN13: 9781517328511 | Genre: Children’s Fiction | Language: English | Triggers: None | Rating: 5 out of 5 | Date Read: 2015-12-26 | Source: Kindle Unlimited