Age Range: 4 and up
Grade Level: Preschool and up
Series: Resolving Books
Paperback: 88 pages
Publisher: Veritas Publications (October 8, 2010)
McAuslan Fiona & Nicholson Peter
Anger is probably the emotion most of us have the biggest difficulty with. Resolving Anger, shows how anger happens and helps readers understand how it affects the mind. It is aimed at children, their parents/guardians, teachers and professionals who work with the age group of six to twelve years. This story is about two friends who fall out when they get angry with each other. They learn about what makes them angry and how it affects them. They then find new ways to manage their anger and negotiate a better solution for working together. Their friendship is all the stronger for understanding what has happened between them.
ABOUT THE SERIES
The books in the Resolving Series are simple, straightforward, but very clever tools. They work to help children realise how the characters in the books reflect their own situation. They explain why they are in the situation and aid them in working out ways of resolving the problems, normally with the help of their parents, teachers, guardians, counsellors and friends. The books also have a very useful toolbox section to help the child/children understand, practice and express their problem and themselves.
|Dimensions||20.6 × 20.4 × 0.79 cm|