BY GAIL SILVER
Anh’s Anger is an engaging story that offers children and caregivers a mindfulness-based practice for dealing with anger and other difficult emotions. (Hardcover)
Anh, a five-year-old boy, comes to know his anger when they dance, play, sit, and breathe together, actively creating a space for Anh to resolve an earlier conflict with his grandfather and understand the causes of a strong emotion.
The story is beautifully illustrated with handmade collages by award-winning children’s book illustrator Christiane Krömer. Each collage is a mix of paper, silk, cardboard, and found materials. Gail Silver is a former child advocate attorney, and the founder and director of Yoga Child, where she teaches yoga and meditation for children.
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