Product Number : 367052
Help children practice their own decision making skills
Fun illustrations and engaging story keep kids focused on anger management
Everything I Do You Blame on Me by Allyson Aborn, MSW, CSW and illustrated by Stu Goldman. In the first part of this "double book", children follow progress of a boy named Eddie and learn some of the most effective techniques available to help children control and transform their anger. In the second book, children practice their own decision-making skills as they choose their own resolutions to the conflicts experienced by a boy having common difficulties with his family. Softcover, 112 pages.
This book is also part of the Bibliotherapy Starter Set
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