Anger Management

  • Anger Kills.
  • Voigt, Cynthia.  Bullet
  • Crutcher, Chris.  Ironman.  A 17-year-old boy training for the triathlon works in an anger mgt. group to deal with his father.
  • Ferris, Jean. Of Sound Mind. The anger is somewhat muted, but it's definitely there, and because of too many adult responsibilities. Here's a synopsis: "Tired of interpreting for his deaf family and resentful of their reliance on him, high school senior Theo finds support and understanding from Ivy, a new student who also has a deaf parent.
  • Flinn, Alex. Breathing Underwater.
  • Licata, Renora. Everything you need to know about anger.
  • Mikaelsen, Ben. Touching spirit bear.  After his anger erupts into violence, Cole, in order to avoid going to prison, agrees to participate in a sentencing alternative based on the Native American Circle Justice, and he is sent to a remote Alaskan Island where an encounter with a huge Spirit Bear changes his life.
  • Peacock, Judith.    Anger management. (Perspectives on mental health) Defines anger and offers strategies for teens to manage both their own anger and their response to others' anger.
  • Rawls, Bea O'Donnell.  Drugs and anger. (Drug Abuse Prevention Library)
  • Ritter, John.  Over the Wall.  This is the story of 13 year old Tyler who is an excellent athlete but whose talents are marred by his lash-out temper. His coach (an admirable character for a change) helps him to learn to come to terms with his feelings for his father and begin to manage his anger

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