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“Olive All At Once” Shares With Readers How Feelings Aren’t Binary and That’s Okay

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“Olive All at Once” By Mariam Gates & Alison Hawkins.
Publishing: March 26, 2024.
Pre-Order now via my affiliate link: https://amzn.to/47RmDww

This book is about an adorable little girl who feels her feelings all at once. She learns how emotions aren’t always binary and can be mixed together at any point of the day. It can be used as a great conversation starter with your little one or a classroom full of feelings. I highly recommend adding it to your collection for any pre-school or elementary age targeted library.

Olive learns that it’s okay to feel different and sometimes opposite emotions all at the same time. 

In this illustrated picture book, Olive experiences contradictory emotions. The first day of school is exciting but also scary. When she attends a friend’s birthday party, she is delighted for him but also jealous that the presents aren’t for her. And when she thinks about her little sister, she’s both glad and mad—for lots of reasons. Olive helps young readers explore the sometimes-contradictory ways they feel about significant events in their lives. Building social-emotional intelligence in children helps them to allow all of their emotions to coexist inside them. It’s part of being human to feel many different ways—all at once.

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