Product Number : 110161500
Illustrated By Timothy Parrotte
Sometimes I Like to Fight tells the story of Douglas, whose aggressive play and rough-housing turns into a more serious problem in controlling his anger. As adults find his behavior less and less acceptable, he becomes more and more unhappy and is not shy about expressing it. Fortunately, Douglas' school counselor intervenes, and after a variety of changes at home and in school, his behavior gets much better.
This book is designed to be read by children with similar problems, to help them see that there are ways that they can learn to understand their anger and redirect their need to fight about everything and with everybody.
64 pages, 8 x 9 inches, ages 6 to 11.
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