Meet Holly, who learns a fun way to deal with her angermometer in this delightful picture book aimed at children aged between 3 and 7. This book uses the same child-friendly approach and easy to understand language that made my first book, “Too Many Pants”, such a success.
Jenna James –
We were gifted this book by Ruth herself on a recent camping trip! The Angermometer very clearly explains to children things that may make them feel angry, how they may react, and also how they can help themselves calm down following these feelings. Easy to follow and uncomplicated, a must have book for children growing up. Thanks again Ruth for gifting this!
Shelly Mack –
Well done Ruth. A subject that needs addressed.
The girl in this story has anger and frustration, like so many kids who are needing to figure things out and find their way. This book teaches children how to deal with this issue in a very easy, child friendly way. I found it particularly helpful as my youngest has tantrums sometimes and last night we all applied what we learned from this book. We will be prepared.
5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from our family. Can’t wait to read your other book and future works. Highly recommend.
I read this to my children this evening and used the Angermometer toy as a prop. It matches perfectly to the illustrations in the story. I have been researching Emotional Literacy recently and this ties in perfectly. It’s a great resource and my children really listened. They tried belly breathing and some of the other strategies in the book and I think they will use them going forward. I’ll use the book and prop in school as well!
That’s fantastic, great to hear and thanks for taking the time to leave a review!