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The Scarlett Fife Series – Learning Resources about Big Feelings

Help teach KS1 and 2 about coping with big feelings such as anger and worry in an entertaining and accessible way with these free learning resources for the Scarlett Fife series.

The Exploding Life of Scarlett Fife and The Wobbly Life of Scarlett Fife are the new books in the hilarious series about BIG feelings by bestselling author of Who Let the Gods Out?, Maz Evans. Perfect for readers 6+ with illustrations by Chris Jevons.

 

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More About the Series

 

The Exploding Life of Scarlett Fife

Scarlett’s in big trouble after a Big Feelings episode leads to a runaway hamster getting into the vicar’s trousers at her aunty’s engagement party. If she loses her temper one more time, she’s going to miss out on her trip to Mega Awesome Sicky Fun World, the best theme park on the planet.
But feelings are like slime in a party bag. No matter how much someone tells you to keep it in, it’ll always find its way out. And very soon, Scarlett notices that every time she pushes her feelings down, something explodes. Like … really, properly explodes.
It might be her teacher’s slimy green smoothie. A huge pot of purple paint. Or a massive pile of elephant poo at the zoo. And let’s hope Scarlett doesn’t lose her temper at Aunty’s wedding – that wedding cake is huge …

 

The Wobbly Life of Scarlett Fife

Scarlett knows she should be happy about all the big news that her family wants to share. But the worry is making her dizzy, and being dizzy is making her worried …

The thing about Big Feelings is that no matter how much someone tells you to keep them in, they always find their way out. And very soon, Scarlett notices that every time she pushes her worries down, they shake her world. Literally.

It might be a roast chicken her mum has just cooked, a huge vase full of pet ashes, or 2669 sugar cubes in a world record-breaking attempt. Can Scarlett find a way to manage her worry-wobbles?