I found this book really useful, as my son is a profoundly dyslexic reluctant reader and he also suffers from anger issues. We started out by looking at the pictures on the right-hand pages and reading the speech bubble text on them. These tell the story of a 'troubled' boy who becomes aware that his behaviour is not acceptable in normal society and finds a way to deal with it. After a while, we progressed to reading the narrative text on the left-hand pages as well, and have since been able to take it a stage further, by discussing the book, and comparing the story's issues with those that my son has. I think it has helped him see that he can control and channel his anger into positive avenues.