Lorrie Manosh’s newly released “The Feeling Closet” is an insightful tale of a boy who learns how to manage his emotions with his mother’s aid

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“The Feeling Closet: What are you Wearing Today?” from Christian Faith Publishing author Lorrie Manosh is a captivating story about a boy who discovers how to check his emotions by understanding the feeling closet with the help of his mother.

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“The Feeling Closet: What are you Wearing Today?”: an enriching narrative about Matt, a young boy who, with his mother’s guidance, learns to value and keep his emotions in check as well as use them to make his day wonderful. “The Feeling Closet: What are you Wearing Today?” is the creation of published author Lorrie Manosh, a wife and mother of four as well as an elementary teacher, special educator, principal, professor, and leader in various children’s church programs.

Manosh shares, “Sad, happy, fearful, excited, angry, feelings in children come and go throughout the day, but do they know how to talk about or manage them? Using imagery that children can relate to, this book serves as a tool to open dialogue between children and adults about emotions and the part they play in affecting ones’ moods and reactions.

“Through the help of his mom, Matt discovers his ‘feeling closet’ and learns how choice gives him the power to change his day.

“A book written for varying ages, it includes talking points and activities to help children begin the journey of improving their emotional intelligence.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Lorrie Manosh’s new book is a potent read that parents can use to educate their children on how to be responsible for their emotions to lead them to become better people.

Follow Matt in his journey to understanding himself by learning about his feeling closet that helps him deal with his emotions and make positive relationships with the others.

View the synopsis of “The Feeling Closet: What are you Wearing Today?” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Feeling Closet: What are you Wearing Today?” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Feeling Closet: What are you Wearing Today?,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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