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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Moody Mam-Mam is moody and the doctor is there to check the Moody Chart. Moody Mam-Mam is super moody. They want Moody Mam-Mam to calm down and relax, and even after playing with the ball there is no change in mood. They ask Moody Mam-Mam to ride the scooter but there is no change in mood. Moody Mam-Mam is still looking pretty moody. They ask Moody Mam-Mam to paint a picture and the mood does look a lot better after that. Moody Mam-Mam has had a rough day and is looking tired. Calm Down, Moody! by Brian Lacie tackles the subject of temperament issues in children and how to deal with them in a good way.
Calm Down, Moody! is a good tool to help children get over their temper and mood problems and begin every new day with a smile. The approach to the topic is fresh and unique and will put a smile on the faces of young readers. The illustrations give clarity to the concept and help youngsters understand the author's words. The book has humor and will entertain readers and encourage them to become better as each day passes. It is a good book for parents and tutors to use for read-aloud and storytelling sessions in homes and schools. Children can deal with their moods by engaging in fun and interesting activities. Brian Lacie gives good tips for parents and tutors on how to deal with the different moods of children in a fun, humorous, and interactive way.