The Boy with Big, Big Feelings

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Beaming Books
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.7 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781506454504

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About the Author

Britney Winn Lee is an author, editor, and nonprofit director living in Shreveport, Louisiana, with her creative husband and big-hearted son. Lee serves as the full-time director of Noel Community Arts Program, the part-time editor and content coordinator for Red Letter Christians, and is represented by Lisa Jackson at Alive Literary Agency for her writing.

Lee's books include The Boy with Big, Big Feelings (Beaming Books), Rally: Communal Prayers for Lovers of Jesus and Justice (Upper Room), and Deconstructed Do-Gooder: A Memoir about Learning Mercy the Hard Way (Cascade Books). With a BA in religious studies and a master's degree in nonprofit administration, Lee has worked for over a decade in faith- and justice-based, creative community-building.

Jacob Souva is an illustrator who lives in Upstate New York with his wife and two boys. He's passionate about equipping kids with language to navigate their emotional well-being, laugh at silly things, and be inspired by big stories. Jacob works digitally and loves to experiment with texture and color.

Reviews

With creativity and tenderness, Britney Winn Lee and Jacob Souva invite children and adults alike to understand the value of our emotions and why they aren't a hindrance but instead a part of what allows us to experience life with resilience and connection. --Aundi Kolber, Author, Speaker, and Trauma-Informed Therapist

The Boy with Big, Big Feelings is a story that's big enough for all of us to feel seen. Winn Lee's rhythmic text saves space for the sensitive kids whose emotions rest just beneath the skin. And in welcoming us into those quiet and confusing emotional places, the story offers connection and companionship, reminding us that 'big emotions affect ALL of us!' --Matthew C. Winner, School Librarian and host of The Children's Book Podcast