Inspector Croc's Emotion-O-Meter

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Pub Date: 05/15/2018

Pages: 100

Trim: 10 x 11

Publisher: NubeOcho

Imprint: NubeOcho

ISBN 13: 9788417123079

ISBN 10: 8417123075

Price: / $29.99 CAN$22.95

Category: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings

Inspector Croc's Emotion-O-Meter

By Susanna Isern, Mónica Carretero, Teddi Rachlin, Ben Dawlatly, Rebecca Packard

Price: $22.95

Format:

Hardcover

About the Book

Inspector Croc is a great detective of emotions. Everyone in Forestville calls him when they feel overwhelmed. Croc will help his friends to identify, measure and regulate their EMOTIONS in a fun and simple way with his great invention, Inspector Croc’s EMOTION-O-METER.

About the Book

To start your exciting journey around the world of emotions, you just have to spin your EMOTION-O-METER.

Author

Susanna Isern has published over 60 books worldwide, translated into over a dozen languages with 14 available in the US and well-reviewed. She has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards 2013 in the USA and her "Bogo the Fox Who Wanted Everything", published by NubeOcho, is a Junior Library Guild Selection. She works as children psychologist and writer.Mónica Carretero is a renowned illustrator in Spain. She has published more than 70 books in England, Australia, and the USA.
She was awarded by the London Children’s Book Fair for her illustrations. She has received five International Latino Book Awards and one Living Now Award.Teddi Rachlin is a Psychotherapist and Clinical Hypnotherapist with offices in California and Colorado.Ben Dawlatly completed his masters in Hispanic Language, Culture and History with Translation Theory at UCL. He teaches Applied Translation at the University of Bristol (UK) and his technical translations focus on human rights and the environment, but his real calling is for fiction and poetry. He has translated several children’s books for Nube Ocho and for Neem Tree Press.Rebecca Packard worked many years for a publisher in San Francisco, copyediting novels and short stories, science fiction, children's books, and manga. She now lives in Southern California and edits all sorts of things freelance, specializing in localizing translated works for an English-speaking audience.