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Help Hungry Henry Deal with Anger: An Interactive Picture Book About Anger Management is written by Esther Pia Cordova and illustrated by Maria Burobkina. Hungry Henry gets angry over a lot of things. He becomes frustrated over food, the items he tries to put together and searching for things he needs. Is there any way to help Hungry Henry calm down and be more productive? Will counting work? Maybe breathing? Could hunger cause Henry to become angry? Are there any other techniques he can try to calm down quickly so he can focus on the tasks in front of him?
Help Hungry Henry Deal with Anger is an interactive picture book written by Esther Pia Cordova that will help kids learn how to cope with daily pressure. Hungry Henry is a very relatable character with easy to understand reactions to the things that make him angry. The techniques described through the story will help kids find a way to relax and think things through to a more successful conclusion. The illustrations by Maria Burobkina are bright and colorful as well as interactive. The ability to touch or tap the screen to help Henry in some way will help kids manage their own anger by understanding why Henry reacted the way he did. I recommend Help Hungry Henry Deal With Anger to anyone with children of a learning age, especially those that could benefit from a lesson in managing their anger so they can respond more calmly to things that cause them frustration.