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A Volcano in My Tummy

Paperback
$14.95 USD
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Pub. Date: 1996-01-01
ISBN: 9780865713499
Format: Paperback - 80 pages
Size: 8.5" x 11" (w x h)
BISAC: EDUCATION / Parent Participation

A Volcano in My Tummy

Helping Children to Handle Anger

A Volcano in My Tummy presents a clear and effective approach to helping children and adults alike understand and deal constructively with children's anger. The book offers engaging, well-organized activities which help to overcome the fear of children's anger which many adult care-givers experience, and distinguishes between anger the feeling, and violence the behavior. Primarily created for ages 6 to thirteen, it is accessible for use in class or at home.

About the Authors

Eliane Whitehouse is a counselor and psychotherapist who runs courses on "Happier Parenting", anger, human development, self-esteem, communication and eating problems.

Warwick Pudney works with men and boys in the fields of anger, gender relations and fatherhood. His passion is to help men live more creative lives and to facilitate social change.


"This is a wonderful book about anger. We need as many new and creative approaches to handling anger as we can find. A Volcano in my Tummy is full of useful ways for teachers and caregivers to help young people learn safe and effective means of responding anger nonviolently."
Priscilla Prutzman, co-author The Friendly Classroom for a Small Planet and co-founder of Children's Creative Response to Conflict, based in New York.


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