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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
What Should I Do When I Feel Angry? is an educational children’s book by Charlie Lumière. It is a wonderful book that teaches toddlers a healthy way to deal with their anger and feel better. The author shares an alternative to the usual reactions a child may have when they are feeling angry or frustrated with a certain situation. The narrative is often funny, and the illustrations drive the point home. The narrative encourages the child to understand what anger is, understand why they are angry, and then control it. Children learn to control their anger at the moment and learn how they can control such outbursts in the future.
Charlie Lumière shares a very important message in a very simple way. What Should I Do When I Feel Angry? is not only helpful for children but educational for parents as well. Most of the time, parents and elders undermine a child’s emotions and disregard them. This book is a gentle reminder to those parents that children too can feel anger and frustration, but they cannot handle these emotions like an adult. The illustrations make it easier for the child to understand what they should do and for the parents to imagine how they should react. I found the narrative to be simple, understandable, and engaging. Young readers will have fun imagining a balloon and letting it float away. Their parents can have fun reading the book to them or with them as a bedtime story or as a daytime activity. It is such a simple yet very important topic that most parents should look into and help their children develop healthy habits. Very educational and interactive.