The Brain Storm

The Brain Storm

By:  Linda Ragsdale
Claudio Molina


Available
09/10/2019

8.5 X 11.0 in
32 pg


4 - 8 ( Intrest Age )
K - 2 ( US School Grade Age )
9781486717873
Paperback
USD $7.99 CAD $9.99 Available
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Reviews

An easy-to-grasp, wordless story about mind management that can be incorporated into early grade lessons that involve this important life skill.School Library Journal - School Library Journal


A wonderfully illustrated wordless story. (Starred Review)Youth Services Book Review - Youth Services Book Review


Description

"A sturdy addition to the bad-mood shelf." -Kirkus

This wordless picture book is a thought-provoking exploration of disruptive feelings. Readers may interpret these as anger, anxiety, or even a creative brain storm.

Follow along as a mood pesters a young boy and ends up rubbing off on all those around him. After a frustrating day under his version of a little dark cloud, he discovers that ultimately working through your feelings and emotions begins with you. The wordless pages inspire readers to "read" the story as they apply their own interpretations to the young boy's plight.

Author Bio

Linda Ragsdale wants everyone to be a dragon—a Peace Dragon, that is! As an award-winning author, illustrator, international speaker, and peace teacher, Linda developed her Peace Dragon Tales to help us harness our fiery and emotional energies and redirect them into peaceful and productive outcomes. Linda invites you to be a Peace Dragon ambassador and join the over 37,000 students from around the world by using a heart-centered View, Voice, and Choice to color our world with compassion. Find her personal story of choosing peace, along with some fun Peace Dragon extras at www.ThePeaceDragon.com.


Claudio Molina grew up in Argentina. In his teenage years he developed an interest in art. Since then he has mostly been self-taught. He began going to story times at the local library with his little girls and reading books to them, and it was then that he discovered the world of children’s books. He now lives in Bloomington, Indiana, with his wife Amy and their two daughters Jillian and Olivia, who are his inspiration.