The Anger Volcano - A Book About Anger for Kids by Amanda GreensladeThe Anger Volcano - A Book About Anger for Kids by Amanda Greenslade

The Anger Volcano - A Book About Anger for Kids

byAmanda Greenslade

Paperback | May 3, 2017

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Help children learn how to keep their cool.

"The Anger Volcano: A Book About Anger for Kids" is for children who need a little bit of inspiration to control their temper. A valuable resource for parents, counsellors, youth workers and teachers, it builds on the principles of neuroplasticity. "The Anger Volcano" encourages kids to use simple rhymes and exercises to train their brain, so that anger explosions can become a thing of the past.

Amanda Greenslade is an Australian writer and a parent with multiple family members in the syndrome mix of ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder - Asperger's and Sensory Processing Disorder (Sensory Integration Dysfunction). Her journey led her to create 'The Anger Volcano', a book for children who need some help managing their frustration an...
Title:The Anger Volcano - A Book About Anger for KidsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:24 pages, 6.5 × 6.5 × 0.05 inPublished:May 3, 2017Publisher:PublishMyBook.OnlineLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1925516628

ISBN - 13:9781925516623


Editorial Reviews

“A great, rhyming book for young children about how to deal with anger.”—Biblio Filer (5 out of 5 stars)“A clever book that uses verses and illustrations. Enjoyable for children and as an example of quality illustrations. The poetic text can also stand on its own.”—JD DeHart (5 out of 5 stars)This book “is for children aged 4–10 who have difficulty controlling their temper, with the idea that the rhymes used can be memorable for children and may cause them to stop and think before their anger 'explodes'. I think the idea behind this book is great, and the rhymes are nice and simple and very catchy. [It] can be coloured in and therefore may make a good distraction aid for children in times of anger and outbursts...”—Laura Hainsworth (4 out of 5 stars)