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1. Ally Ant Searches For Answers For His Anger

Anger is described as feelings of displeasure or strong hostility. All of us at sometime may experience feelings of anger. ALLY ANT SEARCHES FOR ANSWERS FOR HIS ANGER is a short story about an ant that gets angry easily. So he tried to find ways to deal with his anger.

The story was written to help children find practical ways to deal with feelings of anger.


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DEE THE HAPPY BUMBLEBEE is a simple and delightful story about a little bee that believes that she is special.  Dee is smaller than the other bees and they like to tease her and call her “Little Dee”.  Dee tells them that “She is a special and happy bee”.

This story can be used to teach self-acceptance(A person's approval of himself or herself) and positive self-concept.  In addition to the story the book contains other activities on the topic.

The book was written for younger readers but can be adapted for any students.

Teachers and parents can read this story to students/children to evoke a discussion on self acceptance.

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