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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Children and adults have the same right to feel all kinds of emotions. Hiding our feelings is never good, but we must know how to manage them. It is a lesson every child should learn. To regulate their emotions, children must first understand what causes them and what methods to use to calm themselves. Feeling All My Anger: A Rhyming Anger Management Story to Develop Emotional Regulation is all about teaching these techniques. It describes a little lion named Max who expresses his feelings too strongly at times. Max is involved in a situation where he lost control, so he feels a lot of anger. His mom explains to him that this is not the way to get things done and if he doesn't act carefully, he could end up hurting others. Max's mom teaches him how he can calm down. Kim T. S. provides a lesson that will make her readers emotionally stronger and calmer.
If children can identify their emotions and have control over them, they will be more empathetic and have a better chance of resolving conflicts. This is one of the reasons I recommend Feeling All My Anger. The narration has a harmonious rhythm. The story explains the importance of learning to respect others and encourages family support. It gives clear examples of the appropriate way to act. When children lose control, we have to teach them how to remain calm. Controlling emotions is the key to achievement, so this story will help many children. The illustrations are beautiful and Kim T. S. explains how to control anger with practical advice.