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Arnold Gets Angry: An Emotional Literacy Book (Growing Up Happy) Library Binding – Feb 2004

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A Book that Helps! 20 April 2014
By West Metro Learning Connections - Published on
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We teach young children with autism and social, emotional, behavioral issues. This book engages their interest, helps them see anger, and gives them ideas for how to manage their anger in healthy ways. We've found that it truly helps our students.
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Recommended for young readers ages 4 to 12 6 Dec 2004
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
Format: Library Binding
Specifically written by child psychologist Lawrence E. Shapiro (an expert on emotional intelligence in children and author of How To Raise A Child With A High EQ: A Parents' Guide To Emotional Intelligence and the creator of dozens of therapeutic games and counseling tools) for young readers ages 4 to 12, Arnold Gets Angry is the debut title in CTC Publishing 's "The Emotional Literacy Series" intended to help children understand their emotions and behaviors. Arnold is a young boy who is angry. As young readers turn the pages they discover how they, like Arnold, get angry, stay angry, the impact that anger has on other people, and how they can can deal with and overcome anger. Arnold Gets Angry is enhanced with full color, cartoon-style illustrations by Steve harpster and is ideal for use by school counselors, family therapists, and parents trying to help their children cope with anger issues. Also very highly recommended is the second title in this outstanding "Emotional Literacy Series" from Lawrence Shapiro, Betty Stops The Bully (09-74778915, $17.95)
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