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Everybody gets angry sometimes. But it's not always easy to cope with this emotion — especially for kids. Now, Caldecott Honor illustrator Molly Bang delivers a thoughtful, simple story to help parents and children understand how to handle the common problem of anger. Little Sophie's experiences — why she gets angry and what she does to express herself and find comfort — can open up a dialogue between parents and children, and teach kids how to manage their anger...and thrive.

This author writes amazing books for character education ~ all written in a fun way! She's an award-winning author of children's literature.

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