Steps and Stones: An Anh's Anger Story

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Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.59
Publisher
Plum Blossom
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
8.7 X 11.0 X 0.5 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781935209874

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About the Author

Gail Silver is the founder of Yoga Child, a Philadelphia-based program that develops curriculum for school-based yoga and mindfulness programs. She is the author of Anh's Anger and it's sequel Steps and Stones, and is a contributing writer to The Expectant Mother's Guide. Silver lives in Philadelphia with her husband and three children.

Christiane Krรถmer was born in Germany where she studied toy design and graphic design. She received a BFA in Illustration from Parsons School of Design. She is the illustrator of Flowergirl Butterflies (a Capitol Choices Noteworthy Book for Children 2004) and Steps and Stones. Krรถmer lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Reviews


Silver and Kromer pair their considerable talents to create a successful second title in the Anh's Anger series. Silver's dialogue-driven text is likely to provoke meaningful discussions about dealing with disappointment and controlling tempers. Preschoolers and primary-grade students will appreciate Kromer's visual feast of pencil, paint and tactile collage elements used to vividly illustrate Anh's story. Sure to fill a niche for those tackling potentially thorny social situations, this straightforward and enlightened approach will appeal to many. "Kirkus Review"

This offbeat story makes the potentially cerebral topic of dealing appropriately with anger simple and delightfully visual. Kromer's predominantly green palette in collages combined with brush and pencil drawings is almost contagiously soothing, and makes the red of Anger visually exclamatory. In their second collaboration, Silver and Kromer (Anh's Anger) have developed a winning series. "Publishers Weekly"

"Silver and Kromer pair their considerable talents to create a successful second title in the Anh's Anger series. Silver's dialogue-driven text is likely to provoke meaningful discussions about dealing with disappointment and controlling tempers. Preschoolers and primary-grade students will appreciate Kromer's visual feast of pencil, paint and tactile collage elements used to vividly illustrate Anh's story. Sure to fill a niche for those tackling potentially thorny social situations, this straightforward and enlightened approach will appeal to many.""Kirkus Review"
"This offbeat story makes the potentially cerebral topic of dealing appropriately with anger simple and delightfully visual. Kromer s predominantly green palette in collages combined with brush and pencil drawings is almost contagiously soothing, and makes the red of Anger visually exclamatory. In their second collaboration, Silver and Kromer (Anh s Anger) have developed a winning series.""Publishers Weekly"
"My lessons on keeping your cool in school just got a whole lot better. This is the sequel to "Ahn's Anger" and it is an ESSENTIAL resource...As a school counselor, I rely on books like this to help teach calming down techniques kids will actually use...I am thrilled to share such a healing book with our students, especially those who are stuck in constant anger. Parents, teachers, and counselors will appreciate having this on their shelf when they need to teach or reteach this important skill.""Books That Heal Kids"
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