This picture book is from the Emotions series written by Brian Moses and illustrated by Mike Gordon. It explains how it feels to be angry, what might make someone feel angry, and what they can do to feel better. The story may help children to recognise, and talk about, their own feelings. Includes notes for parents and teachers, and a list for further reading. Suitable for pre-school and early primary school children.
I feel angry
by Moses, Brian; Gordon, Mike
Wayland, London, UK, 1993
Categories: Childcare, Relationships
Subjects: Children, Psychological wellbeing
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