I’m not quite sure why this was on the story shelf in the library and not the parent bit. That’s where this kind of self help thing usually is. And that is what this reads like – a self help manual for young children. And like most self help books, it suffers from that self of worthiness that means you aren’t ever going to want to read it again. And your child isn’t going to take it seriously, or ask to hear it again. Sadly, I feel angry just isn’t an engaging tome. It’s the sort of thing that a parent might try as a last resort, but if you’ve got to that point, this isn’t going to help much.
Why not try something likethe Bad Tempered Ladybird instead?
It’s got: an angry child
It’s not: really worth it.