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review 2016-11-09 15:46
Anger Man by Roy Chester
Anger Man - Roy Chester

Anger Man by Roy Chester is a compelling mystery, thriller that kept me intrigued from start to finish. I gave it four stars because it kept me guessing. Even though it is the second in a series, it could be read as a standalone book.

 

It was a sad story with no easy solutions.

 

I received a complimentary Kindle copy from Joffe Books and NetGalley. That did not change my opinion for this review.

 

Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/ANGER-gripping-serial-killer-thriller-ebook/dp/B01M4NV752

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review 2016-11-08 00:06
Crankenstein - Dan Santat,Samantha Berger

Crankenstein is a book about a little boy that becomes so cranky that he turns into a monster called Crankenstein. This would be a great book to talk to any grade about emotions. We all have our own monster moments and laughter is the quickest way to tame it. An activity that could be used along with this book is a chance for students to write about a time that they became a Crankenstein. It's also a great transition into talking about ways that we can deal with our anger without lashing out at others. 

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review 2016-11-07 22:43
When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really Angry - Molly Bang

This book is about a little girl named Sophie who gets really, really angry when her sister snatches one of her toys away. I think this book would be perfect to read in a Kindergarten classroom. This story gives kindergartners something to relate to; not wanting to share. It also gives them some insight on what to do when they do get angry. In this story, Sophie runs until she can't run anymore. This is a story that students can relate to very easily and even make connections to their own lives. 

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review 2016-07-07 00:00
Never Anger a Witch
Never Anger a Witch - Jennifer East Never Anger a Witch - Jennifer East SO wicked! I am loving it. If only it was longer. Ah, the sweet sweet longings. This story gives "human-sex-toy" a whole new erotic perspective. Bizzare sex could be ahemm... tantalising.

He's such a precious little pet. Wish I could have him.
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review 2016-03-13 21:26
Anh's Anger - Gail Silver,Christiane Kromer

Anh is building a big tower and his grandfather tells him to come and eat dinner. Anh wants to continue building his tower because he wants to build the biggest tower. Anh's grandfather tells him again to come and eat. Anh becomes very angry and unable to speak and his knocks his tower down. His grandfather then tells him to go to his room and sit with his anger. Anh throws a fit in his room and a red hairy monster shows up and tells him he is his anger. The monster helps Anh understand his anger and how to work through it. Anh's anger tantrum begins to exhaust him and him and his anger eventually sit silently still and begin to breath slowly. As Anh is breathing slowly, he begins to feel better and his anger becomes smaller and smaller. This book would be great for K-3rd grade because it teaches students that it is okay to feel angry and that anger can go away when you sit with your anger and began to breathe slowly.  

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