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by Jenny Mosley & Helen Sonnet
Anger is a natural response to circumstances that can lead to unacceptable and damaging behavior.
This concise guide includes 15 lessons to teach children to express anger responsibly, safely, and in a controlled way.
The activities help children to recognize anger, investigate strategies to defuse anger before it explodes, and understand that they are responsible for their behavior and can control their actions.
48 pages, 8.5" X 11", Black/White Illustrations, Paperback
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