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Feelings Feelings ˈfiɫɪŋz

Written by Clare Verbeek, Thembani Dladla, Zanele Buthelezi

Illustrated by Kathy Arbuckle

Read by Darshan Soni

Language English

Level Level 1

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My heart feels a lot of things.

My heart feels a lot of things.

ˈmaɪ ˈhɑɹt ˈfiɫz ˈeɪ ˈɫɑt ˈəv ˈθɪŋz


I feel happy when my granny tells us stories in the evening.

I feel happy when my granny tells us stories in the evening.

ˈaɪ ˈfiɫ ˈhæpi ˈhwɛn ˈmaɪ ˈɡɹæni ˈtɛɫz ˈəs ˈstɔɹiz ˈɪn ˈðə ˈivnɪŋ


I feel silly when I play with my friend.

I feel silly when I play with my friend.

ˈaɪ ˈfiɫ ˈsɪɫi ˈhwɛn ˈaɪ ˈpɫeɪ ˈwɪð ˈmaɪ ˈfɹɛnd


I feel bad when my dad says he does not have money.

I feel bad when my dad says he does not have money.

ˈaɪ ˈfiɫ ˈbæd ˈhwɛn ˈmaɪ ˈdæd ˈsɛz ˈhi ˈdəz ˈnɑt ˈhæv ˈməni


I feel loved when my mom gives me a hug.

I feel loved when my mom gives me a hug.

ˈaɪ ˈfiɫ ˈɫəvd ˈhwɛn ˈmaɪ ˈmɑm ˈɡɪvz ˈmi ˈeɪ ˈhəɡ


Written by: Clare Verbeek, Thembani Dladla, Zanele Buthelezi
Illustrated by: Kathy Arbuckle
Read by: Darshan Soni
Language: English
Level 1
Source: Feelings from African Storybook
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