Everyone

Everyone Everyone cries everyone laughs everyone sings everyone A celebrated illustrator explores the universality of feelings in his authorial debut Christopher Silas Neal praised by the New York Times for

  • Title: Everyone
  • Author: Christopher Silas Neal
  • ISBN: 9780763676834
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Everyone cries, everyone laughs, everyone sings everyone A celebrated illustrator explores the universality of feelings in his authorial debut.Christopher Silas Neal, praised by the New York Times for his stunning retro style illustrations, invites young readers to explore how we feel what we feel, and how everyone else feels it, too From the animals in the woods to thEveryone cries, everyone laughs, everyone sings everyone A celebrated illustrator explores the universality of feelings in his authorial debut.Christopher Silas Neal, praised by the New York Times for his stunning retro style illustrations, invites young readers to explore how we feel what we feel, and how everyone else feels it, too From the animals in the woods to the neighbors in their homes nearby, everyone has feelings and shares them in this whimsical story Vivid, childlike art in a limited palette conveys a full spectrum of emotion Young children easily frustrated by a popped balloon or overjoyed by a sky full of stars will relish this simple exploration of empathy.

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    1. A perfect book for everyone. A must-have for schools and libraries and a great gift book to any child having a rough time. Recommended as a companion to these other great books on emotions:Sometime's I'm Bombaloo!Mouse Was MadAlexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, DayYesterday I Had the BluesHappy (Van Hout)

    2. What a wonderful book on feelings. Everyone is sad sometimes, everyone cries sometimes, and everyone is happy sometimes. I love that it normalizes feelings, and that it is ok for EVERYONE to cry - even little boys, like the one in the lovely illustrations.

    3. Yes! Everyone cries!! And this book has a boy crying, because boys cry!! What a great book about feelings.

    4. The boy has a long day and needs to cry. When he laughs, everyone laughs. When he sings, everyone listens. And everyone cries now and then, and it's ok.

    5. Lots of fun, while helpful for young readers, especially for those who have difficulty coping with their emotions.

    6. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Hello, friends! Our book today is Everyone by Christopher Silas Neal, a fantastic book about feelings and why it’s okay to have them.Everyone gets happy. Everyone gets sad, too. And everyone will cry, on occasion. Everyone has felt frustrated, anxious, or scared, or even like singing! So no matter how you feel or how you choose to express it, everyone has felt just like you do at some point. [...]

    7. In Neal's author-illustrator debut, he delights as he reminds us that everyone has all of the emotions--happiness, sadness, frustration, and anger. Through his simplistic illustrations, grounded in blue hues, we are able to focus on the fact that emotions are normal and are what all people experience. The little boy in the story goes through his emotions, realizing that sometimes you may be frustrated and feel as though no one is listening, or it’s okay that when you are sad you need to cry an [...]

    8. This is a heartfelt book that speaks about all the different emotions a child can feel, and that it is okay to show how you feel in a healthy way. I appreciated how this book provided the possibility of broaching the subject of emotions between a younger child and a family member. When children are younger, they many not understand all of the different emotions they are feeling, so I believe that this book would be a great tool in helping them understand what is going on and what they are feelin [...]

    9. A surprising concept picture book that explores feelings, emotions and how others experience them and react to them. Fantastic exploration of how people experience emotions and why that's okay.Written and illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal. Published by Candlewick Press. #PB #concept #emotions

    10. I think adults should have to read books like this. Really simple, and beautiful illustrations!! IT'S OKAY TO HAVE FEELINGS!

    11. Validating a wide range of emotions "Everone" through color of blue. The blue color code will be good match with the book, Red by Jan De Kinder.

    12. I enjoyed this book about how everyone has and shares emotion. I will definitely be using this for a morning meeting next year.

    13. I liked the monochromatic-ish color pallet. It was an interesting book about feelings, but in the middle it got a bit disjunct and I'm wondering if it may be too abstract?

    14. My daughter seemed to enjoy this book but I wasn't a fan. The illustrations were good though. Overall got mixed feelings about this book.

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