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Super Happy Kid Defeats the Angries

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Genres: Children's Books

Book Type:Digital

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Super Happy Kid is a superhero that learns to make better decisions in regards to his behavior. He is able to overcome his anger by listening and talking about his feelings. He fights the imaginary “Angries” who are villains that prevent kids from behaving well. This educational book was created by four year old, Jomo Jesus Thomas Suriel. He created this fictional story about how a kid can defeat the Angries (angry emotions). The book has lessons that both children and their parents and teachers can use to help children development skills to control their emotions while also learning how to read. This is a book that may help children with behavior challenges use some strategies as well as positive choices to help them make better decisions, communicate with their parents, family, friends and teacher and, take responsibility for their actions. The goal is to promote better behavior.

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Book Type: Digital

Edition: 1

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Language: English

Pages: 24

Interior: Color

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