It Makes Me Feel Good
Jeanne Hager Burth
It Makes Me Feel Good tells of a little girl who copes with her fears of the first few days of school by dressing in outfits that make her feel good. Without realizing it, she starts a trend in her classroom. Since children are naturally curious about affirming their similarities and differences and gaining acceptance, this book permits the reader to see the power felt by a little girl who chooses to wear outfits that are special to her. This book concentrates on making choices based on preferences.