An imaginative rhyming story for children to read and sing, and express their feelings with a lovely Giraffe!
Come along and sing
In a tune of rain.
Plink, Plonk, Plink!
Let your emotions take wing
And you’ll be happy again!
Sometimes things may not go as planned. It is okay to feel sad, but there are some things you can do to let the negative feelings out in healthy ways. And with a lot of love and hope in your hearts, you may find that the ‘rain’ you go through can actually make good things grow!
Rhymes are important for speech and language development. When singing rhymes, you learn the sounds in words and the patterns of language. This Sing-along Storybook Series features original music made for the story. And the lyrical text is suitable for the little one to sing or recite. It also comes with an instrumental and vocal version of the story - simply scan the QR code to enjoy!
Handling emotions is hard at any age! This beautifully illustrated book helps you learn social-emotional skills including how to recognise your feelings, express with proper words, manage big emotions and finally calm yourself down. You can develop emotional literacy and EQ through the activities in the back of the book.
※The book gives you the tools to deal with feelings, build emotional literacy as well as EQ.
※The story is presented in a lyrical text which allows you to read and sing. And the vocal version is beautifully sung by a talented singer, Crisel Consunji (Starred in the film Still Human for which she won the ‘Best New Performer’ award in 38th Hong Kong Film Awards).
※The illustrations are filled with lovely animal characters combined with desserts, which is fun for children to point out. These original characters are created by an awarded artist, LeonLollipop.
※With 4 social-emotional activities for parents and children to do at the back of the book.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Crisel Consunji is an award-winning actress, singer, early years educator and community advocate. In 2015, she founded Baumhaus, Hong Kong’s first creative-arts based family centre. She has two Master’s degrees—one in Political Science, and one in Early Childhood Education, and her projects reflect her commitment to socially relevant causes.
LeonLollipop (Leon Lai) is a multi-disciplined artist who focused on animals painting. He has launched his first illustration book in 2012, and followed by four children illustration storybooks, including 《末日前的寵愛生活》 and LollyDolly Kids Book Collection. You may find his artworks in hospital, hotel, restaurants, and cinemas in and also outside Hong Kong!