Book Review: I Feel Angry by Aleks Harrison

Are you looking for a book that will help your kids manage their emotions better, pick up essential social skills and recognize anger in a healthy and positive way?

Anger is one of the most difficult emotions for children to manage. More often than not, a book is the best way if you want to teach kids how to handle their emotions and manage anger. This book is a practical guide for parents who want their kids to have better emotional health. 

My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Max feels the telltale signs of anger when his dad says it’s time to leave the playground, when he’s tying his shoes, and when he’s at school. Each time, his dad (or his teacher) helps him to deal with that anger in different ways. Whether it’s by deep breathing, doing something else, or counting backwards, the suggestions work for Max and would work for most kids.

I Feel Angry not only has good suggestions for helping children deal with their anger, it also is presented in rhymes, and the illustrations are bright and colorful. The rhyming and illustrations will keep the attention of children. Books like this one are great. They are not only books that children want to read, but they teach as well.

About the Author

Aleks Harrison is a father of two children and the author of a series of children’s books about emotions and self-regulation methods. Alex writes books that help parents and teachers raise attentive, socially, and emotionally aware children.

The author collaborates with the best illustrators who help create exciting, fun, and inspiring books for children of all ages and their parents.


To contact the author, write to the following e-mail address: aleksharrisonwriter@gmail.com.

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