When Miles Got Mad

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Mother Company, Apr 11, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 30 pages
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The Mother Company (TMC), a children's multi-media company, devoted to helping parents raise good people, announced the release of the latest book in their series, under their Ruby's Studio imprint, designed to help children develop emotional literacy.
With 30-pages of fun rhymes and delightful images, this book will captivate young children as it provides them with tools to navigate this big and confusing feeling.

From the experts at The Mother Company (TMC), a children's multi-media company, devoted to helping parents raise good people, comes another book in their award-winning series, under their Ruby's Studio imprint, designed to help children develop emotional literacy. This book helps children recognize, express and move through the feeling of anger with patience and practice.

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I'm all for teaching kids to cope with anger appropriately, but I think it could have been done without the rage monster. That kind of threw me off. Read full review

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User Review  - Heydi Smith - Goodreads

Great read about how anger can get out of control but also about how we can learn to control it. Great storytime book for feelings. Read full review

About the author (2013)

ABBIE SCHILLER is a children's book author, children's show creator and producer, and founder of The Mother Company. She and Samantha collaborate with renowned parenting experts and educators to ensure all The Mother Company books and shows are age-appropriate and educational. Then she tests them at home with her 2-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter and all their friends. SAMANTHA KURTZMAN-COUNTER is a children's book author, children's show producer and director, and partners with Abbie in The Mother Company. Samantha adapts all the books from the shows to ensure they are exceptional books as stand-alone properties. She gets most of her notes from her son Jack, who just entered Kindergarten.

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