Today I Feel Silly & Other Moods That Make My Day

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Harper Collins, Sep 10, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Today I feel silly. Mom says it's the heat.
I put rouge on the cat and gloves on my feet.
I ate noodles for breakfast and pancakes at night.
I dressed like a star and was quite a sight.

Today I am sad, my mood's heavy and gray.
There's a frown on my face and it's been there all day.
My best friend and I had a really big fight.
She said that I tattled and I know that she's right.

Silly, cranky, excited, or sad--everyone has moods that can change each day. Jamie Lee Curtis's zany and touching verse, paired with Laura Cornell's whimsical and original illustrations, helps kids explore, identify, and, even have fun with their ever-changing moods.

Here's another inspired picture book from the bestselling author-illustrator team of Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born and When I Was Little: A Four-Year-Old's Memoir of Her Youth.

 

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User Review  - Jessica5858 - LibraryThing

This book has a young girl who is the main character and narrator, she starts each page by telling you her emotion for that day and describes what happened to make her feel that way. There is rhyming ... Read full review

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User Review  - csmith111 - LibraryThing

I liked this book for a few reasons. First the writing in the book is interesting in the way it I written like on the page were she is confused. On that page the words are sideways and you have to ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Jamie Lee Curtis is mommy to Annie and Tom. Her husband, Christopher Guest, hangs her moon by making her laugh out loud daily. She hangs out in her home with friends and family and four-legged creatures, and although she doesn't look good in one, she hangs her hat in Southern California.

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