How the Grumpy Pants Were Destroyed
A beautifully poetic tale which reveals the author's family secret of how to conquer the mood swings of a grumpy child. This book is easy to read because of its rhyming poetry and simple language. The author used the image of a pair of pants, that mirror the protagonist's mood, to help children better understand and express their emotions because they can then view 'mood' as a concrete object that can be taken off and put on at will. This teaches children that they can control their emotions because truly even young children are capable of putting on or getting rid of a bad attitude. Sample text: "Mitch was a boy who wore grumpy pants all day. He loved to wear them, even at play. They were blue and dirty from all the bad looks. They were cold and patchy where painful words took. " LARGE PRINT - perfect for grandparents and young readers.
- Paperback | 30 pages
- 152 x 229 x 2mm | 73g
- 27 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Large type / large print
- Large type / large print edition
- Illustrations, color
About Petula Miller
A beautifully poetic tale which reveals the author's family secret of how to conquer the mood swings of a grumpy child.