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Is so rewarding to see these kind of reviews, because it encourage me to continue with stories that teach social and emotional values to young children.
Empathy is the ability to sense other people's emotions, understand their feelings. Nowadays is more important than ever to nurture empathy in young children. Some of the things that parents and teachers can do if first of all remember thar we are role models, we are our children's example; we need to talk with them about others' feelings, acknowledge his or her own feelings, read stories about feelings and emotions, recreate those stories, ask children question about the different characters.
One of the most treasured memories of my childhood is my great-grandmother and her extraordinary way of making stories. I remember that we all sat on the floor in front of her very quietly for a very long time, because we did not want to miss any detail of her tale. Her stories transported us to the world of the imagination. That mysterious and wonderful world she was creating for us. All those wonders, all the trips she built for us with her stories, make me realize how lucky I am to have had such an extraordinary example of creativity. She made me as an adult, value more the importance of promoting in young children the wonder that only the books and a story well told can bring to them.
Friendship brings more happiness in our life, friendship, has a huge impact in our mental health. Good friends relieve stress, provide comfort and joy.
Pre reading is part of the child's development; the children improve their listening skills, vocabulary, memory and increase their love for books.
When I had for the first time a Printed Copy of my Book: "Lou and his Mane"
It is four months since the 2 package of my book arrived and I eagerly opened them and held one of the copies in my hand. The first copy of my first book "Lou and his Mane." I DID IT. It is hard work, but it is still worth it.
Emma Ugarelli is my name. I grew up in Lima, Peru and immigrated to Canada two decades ago. I have a Psychology degree from Peru, and I worked as a psychologist for fifteen years. In Canada, I pursued Early Childhood Education and I have been a daycare provider for the last twenty years. I became a writer in 2021 when I published my first children's book "Lou and his Mane". I reside in Kitsilano, Vancouver, with my family and cat Ricky.