The Children’s Book Review | February 15, 2019
Henry Winterbottom and the Feeling Rainbow, a delightful tale about a creative child named Henry, is aimed at introducing children to emotions. Through his adventures, Henry Winterbottom learns about emotions in a way that is relatable and easy for children to understand. Henry and his emotional journey are brought to life with vivid illustrations that pop off the page.
Financed through a successful kickstarter campaign, this book was published through new imprint LaPixie Publishing. “Self awareness and emotional intelligence are key elements for successful adults”, Jen B Wild shows young readers to learn what feelings are and sometimes they can get mixed up and that is ok to feel that way. Written with a various wild scenarios along with Mr. Day’s Illustration, Henry Winterbottom is a story to captive an audience of all ages.
Age Range: 3-9 years old
Available on Kindle, Nook and Paperback
Paperback: 40 pages
Publisher: La Pixie Publishing LLC or (indie publisher)
About the Author
Jen B Wild is the pen name of children’s author, Samanta Moise. Born in Ecuador, she moved to the United States as a teenager, joining a proud tradition of naturalized citizens that continue to make America great. Through hard work and single-minded focus, she fulfilled her dream of becoming a registered nurse. Because of her nursing background, Jen B believes that early intervention in childhood is critical to the development of adult mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. She drew from her life experiences and enlisted the help of her 4 children to write her first book, Henry Winterbottom and the Feeling Rainbow. Through Henry’s story, kids will gain insight into their emotions and discover a vocabulary to express their feelings.
Read our exclusive interview: Jen B Wild Discusses Henry Winterbottom and the Feeling Rainbow
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