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I Am So Angry, I Could Scream: Helping Children Deal with Anger (Let's Talk) Paperback – October 1, 2000
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A brilliant way to help children and parents understand anger and turn the negative frustration it generates into positive solutions. -- Robert Gordon, Creator, Never Be A Victim Program
A new book by a local author teaches children healthy techniques for releasing anger and ways to avoid anger-inducing situations. -- Cincinnati Enquirer, September 29, 2000
Uses easy-to-make charts to help kids sort their feelings and figure out how to cope with them in a healthy manner -- Tampa Tribune, September 16, 2000
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I Am So Angry, I Could Scream both entertains and instructs children, teaching them the skills they need to understand and resolve their angry feelings through positive behaviors so that they grow into caring, emotionally healthy adults.
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I would advise this book to other parents/grandparents that have children with Anger Issues .
While the kanguage is gramatically correct, it is extreemely formal which I believe makes it less relatable to children.
In the book, "I Am So Angry, I Could Scream," a little girl named Penny gets very angry in response to different situations throughout the story. She doesn't know quite how to handle her anger, until her aunt Rose shows her how to use an Anger Chart to help her deal with her anger in positive ways.
My ParenTime recommends the book, "I Am So Angry, I Could SCREAM" by Laura Fox, M.A. -- the illustrations are colorful and descriptive, and the situations that Penny deals with throughout the book are real. I personally wouldn't read the book as a bedtime story though...I feel it's a bit too long for that. Besides the fact that it would be most effective when children are not sleepy. But I must say, that the book does do a wonderful job of teaching children about an important emotion - I've read it to my 6 year old a few times now :-). Also, by using the Anger Chart, you can help your child discover that their anger can be dealt with in a positive way.