Freewheeling! Full of feelings! Traveling near and far. HONK if you see me. I’m a moody moody car!
Hop in and ride along as our auto-friends personify the twists and turns of feelings. This rhyming picture book shares various expressive classic cars and invites readers to figure out the emotions, from excited to angry and more, behind the facial expressions. This is a playful, approachable way to teach kids about feelings and emotions and to develop an essential skill as kids travel along in their social world.
Includes an answer key in the back to help readers identify all of these moody, moody cars; included are a 1956 Jaguar XK-0, a 1948 Delahaye, a 1959 Buick Electra, a 1965 A.C. Cobra, a 1938 Delage Coupe, a 1956 Buick Centurion, a 1955 Indianapolis, a 1938 Bugatti 57SC, a 1939 Buick Model 40, and a 1929 DuPont LeMans.
Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD, is an author, psychologist, and speaker based in Princeton, NJ. She has written many books about children’s feelings and friendships, including Growing Friendships and Kid Confidence. Eileen has been a featured expert multiple times for The New York Times, Parents magazine, and Live with Kelly and Ryan. Her blog on Psychology Today has over 4 million views.
Michael Furman is an internationally recognized automotive photographer. He is the author of a number of automotive titles and his photography has been the centerpiece of celebrated books on automotive design including The Art and Colour of General Motors, Curves of Steel, The Face of Change, and Speed, Style, and Beauty: Cars From the Ralph Lauren Collection.