Daniel Feels Left Out

Daniel Feels Left Out

A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood!

Daniel Tiger feels left out when his friends have a play date without him in this Pre-level 1 Ready-to-Read story based on a popular episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood!

Daniel and Dad are on their way home from the neighborhood grocery store when they run into Daniel’s friends, O the Owl and Katerina Kittycat, who have been playing together all day. Daniel wants to play too, but he has to go home for dinner. He feels left out because they are playing without him. Can Mom and Dad Tiger help Daniel feel better?

© 2015 The Fred Rogers Company

Title:Daniel Feels Left Out
Edition Language:English
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    Daniel Feels Left Out Reviews

  • Caryn Caldwell

    Daniel is not allowed to play with his friends because he has to go home to dinner. Rather than stopping their play, his friends continue without him. When his parents ask him what's wrong, Daniel adm...

  • Nicola

    A simple early reader with a moral. It's okay to feel a little bit sad; we can take a deep breath, talk about our feelings, or have a hug.Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at th...

  • Awjtf

    Love daniel!...

  • Jillian

    Daniel Tiger is sad because it's dinnertime and his friends are playing outside without him....Tough? He feels left out because his friends didn't stop playing their game (that he wasn't playing anywa...

  • Asho

    I haven't actually read this book with L yet, but I saw her reading it with Daddy. All of the Daniel Tiger books are simple but sweet (all based on TV episodes). My daughter seems to find them comfort...

  • Hadley

    It's so important to let children know that their feelings are valid (regardless of how silly they may seem to someone else) and that they can acknowledge them and talk about them. You can't control y...

  • Morlando K

    The Daniel Tiger books are wonderful additions to our home library, they teach toddlers important concepts!...