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Let's Talk About Feeling Angry (Let's Talk About Book 1) by [Berry, Joy]
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About the Author

JOY BERRY is the bestselling author of more than 250 titles (85 million copies sold) that help parents tackle common parenting issues while they educate and empower toddlers to tweens (ages 1 to 12).

“My books teach the personal skills children need to take care of themselves, the social skills they need to develop and maintain positive relationships, and the coping skills they need to relate to things in positive rather than negative ways.” —Joy Berry

Joy Berry’s goal is to help kids help themselves by providing the information and motivation children need to lead responsible lives. Joy Berry began her career more than thirty years ago teaching in the Ontario and Arcadia school districts in Southern California. Concerned that the educational system wasn’t teaching children all they needed to know, Joy began after-school and summer programs designed to teach children life skills. Around that time she began to write her unique brand of self-help books that matched her philosophy of raising responsible children.

Today, Joy is active in schools, community centers and other programs for children, and she continues to write new books and create multi-media for children of all ages.


Product Details

  • File Size: 1190 KB
  • Print Length: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Watkins Publishing House, LLC (May 4, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CNKTR9A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,934 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I found this book and the whole "Let's Talk About" series an excellent way to teach my daughter (2 1/2 y.o.) how to express her feelings. I like the fact that the characters are real kids, not silly animals or Disney characters. The drawings are great for showing kids how to express anger, their confusion about feelings, and how to feel better afterwards. It's definitely worked wonders for my daughter.
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Considering that the audience I was attempting to target were kids who already yell, scream, cry and hit when they are angry, this book is not very helpful. It suggests that I teach them how to yell in quiet places (which is not possible in a school setting, and not all kids have or should have that freedom to go outside independently to not bother anyone while they scream, and who really screams or hits a pillow when they are angry anyway? Its not that functional). The book really does have great illustrations, yet the wording focuses on everything that a child SHOULDNT do. Since all the picture vividly illustrate the negative behaviors the child SHOULDN'T do, the wording should have focused more on expressing what TO DO when angry and HOW to "calm down". There was one good piece of advice regarding how to address a problem when the person who is getting you angry does not listen to you. I just expected this book to give more and better examples of socially acceptable ways to deal with anger. Despite this, the illustrations are great as I feel that a lot of kids could relate to them whether they are the brother or the sister.
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This book is labeled for 3-6 year olds, but was just what my 8 year old needed. The pictures are beautifully done, and the text is simple and to the point. It validates the child's feelings and offers the non-destructive ways to let your anger out.
Highly recommend to anyone with kids. 5 stars from mine!
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Children can really relate with the book's message.
I recommend this to parents.
The illustrations help a lot to make children comprehend
well what/how it is to be angry, and what are the things that
can be done that are HELPFUL/acceptable when anger strikes.
Practical and easy to understand.
In fact,I gave this to a friend who has boy w/ a short temper.
After a couple of days,I received a call from her and she was very grateful that
they got this book.According to her, her boy
starts to recognize when he feels angry and is learning what to do with it after they
read the book a couple of times.
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excellent book for opening a dialog with children about recognizing when they are feeling with angry and dealing with anger in positive ways.
the illustrations are outstanding.

the story is centered around a little girl named Maria.
sometimes Maria feels angry.
it's no coincidence that Maria's antagonistic little brother seems to always be nearby when Maria's angry feelings surface.

Feeling Angry first shows some typical examples of situations where a child may feel angry.
next, some examples of how not to react to anger are presented.
finally, some positive ways of dealing with anger are discussed.

love that the book is not written to shame the child for feeling angry.
instead the focus is on recognizing anger, dealing with it appropriately, and moving on.

great job!
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By shari on August 19, 2013
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I so much appreciate the free offer for a short time on so many of this authors books. I love them! As a school counselor we purchase so many of our items out of our own budget. To have this free offer, was so wonderful!!! Thank you Thanks, I almost have all the books by this author. Love them!
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This book gives plenty of options for what to do when you are angry; count to 10, go outside, talk to an adult. It also gives several examples of situations that could make a child angry. The only thing I disagreed with is where it says it's okay to hit things when you're angry, if it's something that can't be broken or hurt. I was also bothered by one of the drawings. In the girls room there is a list titled "Things I hate" with the word hate underlined. The first thing on that list is little brothers. I don't know any families that are okay with allowing a child to say they hate their sibling. Maybe "things that make me angry" would have been a better title of the list?

Those are just opinions based on our family's beliefs. I talked about them with our kids, and what is and isn't okay in our home. Overall, we still enjoyed the book, as we do the others in the series.
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I like the simple positive steps for dealing with emotions. The author validates the feeling of anger but then offers positive ways to cope. I will use this book as a social story for my students who struggle with anger.
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