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The Red Beast: Helping Children on the Autism Spectrum to Cope with Angry Feelings

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This book has excellent tips for parents and teachers. This beautifully illustrated and child-friendly book, aimed at children aged 5-9,offers a host of strategies for anger management -- National Autism Society

This beautifully illustrated and child friendly book, aimed at children aged five to nine, offers a host of strategies for anger management. This book has excellent tips for parents and teachers. -- CommunicationThis book is meant to be aimed at children who are on the ASD but seriously you could read this book to any child no matter if they had ASD or not! While this story isn't anything very new and it didn't really teach me anything as such..Most of it was common sense or things I already do but I could see it benefiting people who might feel lost when dealing with a child's anger. There are other books out there that I've read that have just been stories dealing with anger and in some ways I've thought they were more fun to look at and read than this one. I cannot recommend this wonderful book highly enough... The book helps children to understand what is happening to them when they get angry. The author cleverly describes anger as a red beast... The wonderful illustrations and simple story help children to talk about how their red beast makes them feel and how they can learn to tame it. The author also takes time to explain the strategies used to support children with ASD... I would definitely recommend this for any parent who is struggling with an angry child. -- Wellbeing Mentor blog This new edition of The Red Beast gently promotes and supports children's perceptions of self-efficacy and being 'in control' of angry feelings by offering simple but effective coping strategies. It is a gem of a picture book and a valuable addition to the resources available for children on the autism spectrum. -- Deborah M. Plummer, Author of Using Imagination, Mindful Play and Creative Thinking to Support Wellbeing and Resilience in Children (2022) and the best selling Helping Children to Build Self-Esteem The second edition of this vibrant fully illustrated children’s storybook is written for children aged 4-9, and has been updated with inclusive up-to-date language and new illustrations to make sure every child’s red beast can learn to be tamed! This is an accessible, fun way to talk about anger, with useful tips about how to ‘tame the red beast’ and guidance for parents on how anger affects children who struggle to regulate their emotions.

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