Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout, Peggy Tietz

Children & Picture Book, Guidebook & Reference, Parenting & Relationships, Psychology & Counseling, Self-Help & Motivational

Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout: A Kid’s Guide to Feelings is an essential guidebook for adults in helping children identify and understand their emotions. Each of the eight emotions is clearly defined thorough vignettes and illustrations, keeping both adult and child captivated, thus creating an opportune time for discussion. By recognizing that all humans experience these emotions throughout their lives, the book provides a true sense of comfort. Emotions are not to be shunned, but rather embraced and explained to provide a positive development environment for all children.

Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is a poignant, moving, and compelling piece of nonfiction that will help, inspire and captivate its readers from the very start until the very end. Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is an influential, powerful book because it deals with the topic of emotions in an easy to understand way for children so they can learn the different emotions and learn that they are ok to experience them and they should never be hid.

Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is a book I desperately wanted to read upon discovering it, after all, I am a mother of four myself, so I love to read parenting/children related books, especially when talented professionals write them! Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is an outstanding book written by an author with a fresh and exciting perspective emotions and the author so perfectly laces many critical topics which will aid parents to help their children better understand their emotions.

Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is an exceptional book not only for the author’s excellent writing but also the information she has so expertly laced throughout the book. The information will help readers with their emotions as well as inform readers on the eight key emotions and how they make you feel and how to identify them. Peggy also expresses that emotions should never be shunned, and I really appreciate Peggy Tietz for sharing this information as it is critical to readjust peoples attitudes towards emotions as well as help those with unstable emotions get better.

The profoundness in Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is sensational, and many readers will feel a host of different emotions while reading this book. Peggy effortlessly inspires thoughts and feelings in her readers as well as compel them to read from beginning to end. I found myself reading Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout at an alarming rate because it was captivating as well as engrossing and I could tell that my oldest child who read this felt the same way; Peggy’s incredible literature will have you turning the pages frantically, and I adored how she was able to do this.

Throughout Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout there are many chapters and many topics explored but instead of them being confusing and hard to navigate, the book is actually incredibly accessible, and Peggy will guide you through every step, making sure you are informed at every stage so that you are never left behind or confused. Peggy does this by organizing all of her categories perfectly and doing a step by step guide on the eight emotions so that you can understand perfectly. I adore how Peggy made her book so accessible and easy to navigate and practice because many self-help books can be the opposite which in turn can stall your ability to make a change and understand.

The literature laced throughout Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is incredible as well as useful and has a great ability to help those in need of understanding their emotions. Peggy Tietz is a fantastic woman for many reasons, but the two core readers are because she has written her book in such a way that is accessible to all readers from all backgrounds and lifestyles and she is also fantastic thanks to her awe-inspiring literature. The literature courtesy of Peggy is honest, breathtaking and candid and the result of this is captivating and makes Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout a book that should not be missed.

Overall Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout is an this insightful, informative, inspiring book and I would say if you are a reader who is interested in the topic of emotions and are a parent looking to inform your children on their emotions then this book is for you. Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout gets five stars from me! Be sure to have a read of the preview below and also keep an eye out for my spotlight for the author which will be live soon!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much, I love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please comment below and let me know your thoughts on Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout. Do you see yourself reading this book? Do you love the genre? Please let me know your brilliant thoughts below and I will be sure to comment back. Thank you so much again for reading!

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P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is click the Buy on Amazon button and it will take you straight to the book on Amazon U.S.! If you are in the U.K. then below I have attached a link to the book for Amazon U.K..

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Peggy Tietz

Aimee Ann, you really got why I wrote this book. I do care deeply that children come to see their emotions as purposeful and not either good or bad. I, also, hoped that parents could use the book to help kids identify their emotions and so make sense of their behavior. Being able to acknowledge and talk about an emotion gives kids a sense of control. Then the next step is helping them choose how they want to behave. This is so much better than just acting out unknowing what they are feeling. We all need validation for our feelings.

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