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Steps and Stones: An Anh's Anger Story Hardcover – November 15, 2011
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Steps and Stones focuses on teaching children to cool off through breathing, counting and walking. Ahn's anger walks slowly with him as they do this exercise together. Slowly Ahn is able to work through the feeling and regain his balance. At my school, we teach kids to take a break when they are about to lose their cool. But just exactly what should they be doing during this break? Breathing, counting, and taking a walk should be a part of this routine. In fact, kids can even read this story when they are trying to get rid of anger.
I am thrilled to share such a healing book with our students, especially those who are stuck in constant anger. Parents, teachers, and counselors will appreciate having this on their shelf when they need to teach or reteach this important skill.
It will appeal to boys as well as girls.
Everyone experiences anger at one time or another, this story will teach all of us to think about our reactions.
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My grandson has anger issues. I felt this book would help the family deal with this subject.Published 14 days ago by VA Klejnowski
I am a therapist and thought this book was a wonderful tool.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A great story following the character Anh, and how he deals with anger at school. This is a good book for school aged children, and shows how Anh deals with emotion in the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alicia Key
this book is good for explain angry to the children. it help
my six years to understand her feeling.
thank you so much
I was happy to share this sequel with my Preschool class who already loves Anh and his anger. Highly recommended.Published 20 months ago by H. Turco
The drawings are wonderful. I love Anger. He stays by Anh's side all spikey and red. Children learn about raw emotion and how it dissipates. Wonderful visual.Published on October 6, 2013 by Adrienne Chernawsky