Use this playful, read-along story to teach that anger as a natural and manageable part of life.
The Anger Ogre visits everybody's lives, just remember to be patient whenever it arrives.
When the Anger Ogre Visits gives children symbolic and concrete guidance about how to deal with anger as a natural part of their inner lives. Rather than squelching anger or pushing it away, the book invites children to sit with and observe anger, removing its overwhelming aspects. This playfully illustrated story, written in memorable rhyme, centres on discovering and using internal resources and portrays anger as manageable.
Andree Salom has been a clinical art therapist for over twelve years. She is a founding member of the Colombian Art Therapy Association and an advocate for the development of art therapy in Colombia. Andee works with both adults and children to open creative paths for health and development through mindfulness, art, and emotional education. She is the author of a number of children's books in Spanish and lives in Bogota, Colombia.
Chris P. Bacon is one lucky pig: He was born without the use of his hind legs and was taken to a vet with the request that he be euthanized. The veterinarian, Len Lucero, took one look at the little guy who appeared happy and healthy and vowed to keep him. Chris went home with Dr. Len and within a matter of weeks became he became a YouTube and talk-show sensation when his adopted dad, veterinarian Len Lucero, posted a video online of tiny Chris learning how to... More info
Big and Small are machines that work together as a team, But some days Big goes a bit wobbly, and I get a lot worried. Through the book Big malfunctions in a variety of ways and Small tries to help with the assistance of The Boss, Mechanic and Tools. A metaphor for a child living with an adult who suffers from mental illness. Age 7+ Hardback book *David Miller* was born in Sydney during the second World War. This is his fourteenth picture book and the fifth that he has written.... More info
Resilience: the ability to recover or bounce back from problems, hurt or loss; is critical for social and emotional health and helps people feel happy, capable and in charge of their lives. Foster perseverance, patience and resilience in children with this unique encouraging book. Young children learn thought processes and actions that are positive, realistic and helpful for bouncing back. The book also helps children recognise people who can support them in times of difficulty. Back matter includes advice for raising resilient children and fostering resiliency at school and in... More info