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Paula and her Multi-coloured Hair

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 2 Ratings and 2 Reviews

Book Description
Children's Books for Ages 3-6: Pre- to Beginning Readers. 'Paula and her Multi-coloured Hair' is an emotional tale about the most basic human feelings: joy, sadness, anger and fear.

Through the changes in Paula's hair, we are visually giving name to the emotions we feel. Beginning with asking ourselves questions such as... 'What does it cause us that emotion?', 'What does it make us fee... More
Book Information
Publisher
BindingKindle Edition
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-10B00I0SYV9A
Publication Date01/23/2014
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About Carmen Parets Luque (Author, Illustrator) : Carmen Parets Luque is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Published credits of Carmen Parets Luque include Paula and her Multi-coloured Hair and Naia The Witch.
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3/23/2014 Carmen Parets said:
And you, what color is your hair today? Paula and her multi-coloured hair. A story to teach and identify her emotions. Emotions are part of our everyday lives, but unfortunately sometimes we do not give them the importance they deserve. We think in the importance of children learning colors... more

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