How To Tame Your Angry Monster: A Fun Children's Book To Teach Kids How To Deal With Anger and Stay Calm. For Boys Anger and Girls Anger Issues.: 1 (How To Tame Your Monster)
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The monster tells Conor the first story. This story teaches Conor that most people aren’t just ‘good’ or ‘bad’ but somewhere in between.
Grandma is fiercely protective of her daughter. She wants to take care of Conor too but they are both stubborn and find it hard to communicate. Conor’s mother becomes seriously ill. Conor stops working at school and stops talking to people. He thinks that no one notices him. The monster tells Conor the second story. Conor agrees to help destroy one of the character’s homes but when the monster leaves he realises that he has destroyed his grandmother’s things instead. Conor’s grandmother is very independent. At first she seems cold and strict, but it becomes clear that she is doing her best to take care of her daughter and grandson in a very difficult situation.Conor stays with his grandmother when his mother has to go into hospital and the monster helps him to understand that she isn't a bad person. Conor learns that the doctors can’t do anything else to help his mother. He is angry with the monster. Lily is loyal to Conor and stands up for him, but is confused and hurt by his behaviour. She still reaches out to him though and tries to support Conor by letting him know that she sees him and misses him. that are included. Therapist Aid has the exclusive right to reproduce their original works, prepare
Harry bullies Conor, tripping him up, punching him and saying mean things. Although Conor doesn’t like being bullied, Harry is one of the only people who seem to notice Conor at school. Conor lives with his mother who is ill. One night, the yew tree near his house turns into a monster. It visits Conor and says that it will tell him three stories. In exchange, Conor must tell the story of his worst fear. The line between fiction and reality is blurred in this book. Sometimes it's not clear what's real and what is imagined. Accepting what we can't change is not easy, but over time the monster teaches Conor how to let go. The monster's magical tales reveal truths to Conor and show the power of facing our fears. Conor O'Malley has just turned 13. His mother, Lizzie, is unwell and is trying to stay positive for Conor. The story begins when Conor wakes from a nightmare at 12:07am. The yew tree outside his bedroom has turned into a gigantic monster. At school, Conor is being bullied by Harry and falls out with Lily, his best friend. Conor’s grandmother arrives to help look after him.
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Conor tells the story of his worst fear. It is the nightmare in which he lets go of his mother’s hand and she falls over a cliff. The monster explains that Conor could have held onto his mother but that he let her go as he wanted the pain to be over. The monster explains that Conor is not a bad person and that feelings are complicated. Despite this, she is always positive and puts on a brave face when she talks to Conor. Sometimes this makes Conor feel very angry because he feels like he is being lied to. The Monster is an ancient, wise and powerful force. It tells stories that reflect Conor's anger and teach him to see and react differently to his circumstances.
Conor is angry and refuses to believe his mother is dying. He protects himself by withdrawing from others. But the monster's Conor’s mother, Lizzie, is very unwell. She becomes increasingly ill during the book and has to go into hospital. tell the monster a story about his own worst fear. Conor is so overwhelmed by grief and anger about his mum's illness that he can feel invisible. His grandmother tries to help, but sometimes the Monster's stories provoke him into furious sometimes violent The monster appears several times, always at 12:07. It tells Conor three stories, each with a moral message. In return, Conor has toHave you ever had a nightmare that seemed so real it was hard to know where it ended and reality began? A Monster Calls by The monster arrives at school and tells Conor the third story. As the monster speaks, Conor beats up Harry. The monster tells Conor that there are worse things than being invisible. Lily and Conor have known each other since they were babies. Conor is angry with Lily at the start of the book because she told a few people about his mother’s illness. Conor thinks it’s her fault that everyone in school avoids him.