George Franklin Whit was having a Snit so bad he became one! What will he do when he breaks his favorite toy?
When children are very angry, they don’t realize how damaging their tantrums are to themselves and others around them. This well illustrated book shows that they have a choice of going into a ‘Snit’ or showing their anger in healthy ways. Since verbalizing anger is difficult to learn, the included Snit-O-Meter is a handy tool for them to visually show their anger level, and helps create a dialogue to resolve the situation.
$15.95, Paperback, 37 pages
A creatively written and brilliantly illustrated children’s story! Parents and kids alike have enjoyed Overbey’s imaginative character, which demonstrates children can make the choice to be in a ‘Snit’ or control anger in healthy ways. This book has been a mainstay in my library!
-Dianne L. Adams, MA LPC, Therapist, Director Children’s Advocacy Center, Muskegon MI
The Snit and George Franklin Whit is a marvelous book that empowers children to control their anger and guides children to understand they have a choice in how they respond to what upsets them. The engaging book provides coping techniques on how to manage anger and a coloring page and Snit-o-meter to help children process skills that are taught in the book. The book is a useful tool for any mental health professional, teacher or parent.
-MaryAnne Kowalski, LMSW, CAADC, CSOTS
As an experienced counselor, I am always looking for materials that can help to convey issues that exist within the families I see each week. “The SNIT and George Franklin Whit” by Taylor Overbey has been well received by the parents that I have suggested it to. The book is fun and can lead to ongoing discussions with children about a host of developmental behaviors that inevitably come up, again and again. I recommend you take a look and see if it can be an additional tool in your practice or in your family.
-Dan Qualls, MA LPC