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When babies don't get their way, they have a tantrum. Do big kids have tantrums? No! Big Kids use their words! Every child's life is filled with milestones. Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Artist and mom Maria van Lieshout has been there! Drawing upon her own experiences, she has created an engaging series of books just right for children on the brink When babies don't get their way, they have a tantrum. Do big kids have tantrums? No! Big Kids use their words! Every child's life is filled with milestones. Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Artist and mom Maria van Lieshout has been there! Drawing upon her own experiences, she has created an engaging series of books just right for children on the brink of major changes and the caregivers who encourage them.


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When babies don't get their way, they have a tantrum. Do big kids have tantrums? No! Big Kids use their words! Every child's life is filled with milestones. Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Artist and mom Maria van Lieshout has been there! Drawing upon her own experiences, she has created an engaging series of books just right for children on the brink When babies don't get their way, they have a tantrum. Do big kids have tantrums? No! Big Kids use their words! Every child's life is filled with milestones. Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Artist and mom Maria van Lieshout has been there! Drawing upon her own experiences, she has created an engaging series of books just right for children on the brink of major changes and the caregivers who encourage them.

30 review for No More Tantrums: (Children's Emotions Books, Self-Esteem Books for Kids)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brittingbloom

    James really loved this one (we had to re-read it A LOT). It also demonstrated some helpful techniques to dealing with being frustrated that James could understand! Woot!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Sowards

    "No More Tantrums" by Maria van Lieshout is a picture book published in 2017. This book is intended for 3-4 years old. This book is apart of the Big Kid Power series meaning giving children the confidence and courage to proclaim that they are a big kid and not a baby anymore. This book is about a little girl sharing her story from when she was young, she cried and threw tantrums over everything that didn't go her way. It transitions to her growing into a big kid and controlling her tantrums and "No More Tantrums" by Maria van Lieshout is a picture book published in 2017. This book is intended for 3-4 years old. This book is apart of the Big Kid Power series meaning giving children the confidence and courage to proclaim that they are a big kid and not a baby anymore. This book is about a little girl sharing her story from when she was young, she cried and threw tantrums over everything that didn't go her way. It transitions to her growing into a big kid and controlling her tantrums and how she does it. I rated this book 4 stars, I enjoyed the plot, color, and theme. On the other hand, I didn't enjoy the illustrations and how short the book is. I like the plot because, it shares the importance of communication for children and the benefits of controlling their temper and not acting out. I love the bright colors in this book and the font used for the text. The theme for this book is growing up. It shows how a toddler can mature with tantrums by asking for a hug or counting to 5. I didn't enjoy the illustrations, I feel like they could've been more detailed. The book was short with not a lot of text. I would have liked if it was expanded more. If I were to use this book in the classroom, I would use it for an activity of self-awareness and growing up. I would read the book and have my students recognize the correct way to handle themselves rather than throwing tantrums.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

    Van Lieshout, Maria. No More Tantrums, PICTURE BOOK. Chronicle Books, 2017. $9.99. One little girl talks about what it was like when she would be told “No” as a little kid. She’d kick and yell and throw herself on the floor. But now that she’s a big kid, when she hears “No” she takes a deep breath and counts to five. Or she asks for a hug. This is a good book for helping small children understand acceptable behavior and a good reminder for big kids who still might get upset and throw a tantrum o Van Lieshout, Maria. No More Tantrums, PICTURE BOOK. Chronicle Books, 2017. $9.99. One little girl talks about what it was like when she would be told “No” as a little kid. She’d kick and yell and throw herself on the floor. But now that she’s a big kid, when she hears “No” she takes a deep breath and counts to five. Or she asks for a hug. This is a good book for helping small children understand acceptable behavior and a good reminder for big kids who still might get upset and throw a tantrum or two. I liked that there were some ideas for kids to use when they are mad instead of having a fit. I do wish that the book could have taken more time on the ideas about calming down, instead of focusing on the tantrum part so much, but still a worthwhile purchase that is written well for kids. PRE-K- ADVISABLE. Reviewed by Shay, School Librarian. https://kissthebook.blogspot.com/2018...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    Tantrums are one of the joys of parenting. Just kidding. Tantrums are horrible, which is why permissively allowing a child to have his/her way is so much easier than actually parenting said child. But this book is here to help by giving you something to read with your child that encourages "big kid" behavior and demonstrates coping skills. Told in first person, the main character describes how she used to throw tantrums when she was little. She would cry when she didn't get her way and/or was tol Tantrums are one of the joys of parenting. Just kidding. Tantrums are horrible, which is why permissively allowing a child to have his/her way is so much easier than actually parenting said child. But this book is here to help by giving you something to read with your child that encourages "big kid" behavior and demonstrates coping skills. Told in first person, the main character describes how she used to throw tantrums when she was little. She would cry when she didn't get her way and/or was told "no." She would also scream and throw herself on the floor. But now that she's a big kid, she uses her coping skills when she is frustrated. She takes a break. She takes deep breaths and counts to five. She asks for a hug from her caregiver.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

    Okay; I get the need to compare prior behavior to what you'd like future behavior to be, but do we always have to use "baby" as a negative? Why is someone being a "baby" when they can't control their emotions? Can't they just be feeling overwhelmed? Way to make a kid look down on their younger siblings or family members. That being said, there are some helpful techniques for kids to learn to calm themselves.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Little Crooked Cottage

    Every book in this Big Kid Power series spotlights a toddler milestone. Their book I Use the POTTY was indispensable in our house! This book conveys all the emotions and details of this milestone experience with gentle humor and bright, fun illustrations.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Clear, concise and to the point. Control your tantrums as you grow!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Black Carrie

    My son has alot of th3se

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    Love the message, the approach, the artwork! Simple, funny, appealing to kids and parents.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    I feel like books that are about milestones or necessary topics are missing in the picture book arena for the most part. I'm glad to see one about tantrums!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Beckie

    Perfect book if your child throws tantrums and how to make them stop.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Very short book. But to the point.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Anna Smithberger

    Positively reinforce good behavior, ‘cuz that’s big kid power.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marcie

    I don't usually like books that are this didactic, but it would be great if it worked.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    a story about a little girl and how she grew out of her tantums by learning to deal with them in a different way.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jillian Heise

    This is fantastic. And I know just which kids I want to share it with. ;) Short, to the point, makes kids feel empowered by being "big kids" now. Eager to read the rest in this series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ann Santori

    Neat series with short, readable books on various childhood milestones that are ripe for frustration on the part of the parent and the child.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Jeane

    Cute growing up book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Casandria

    Wise advice from one little person to another.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Beronica

    great read for toddlers 0-8years old! I read this one to toddlers for storytime and they loved it. Especially when I made crying noises.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  22. 5 out of 5

    Val

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

  25. 4 out of 5

    Emily Childress-Campbell

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ray Michaels

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Rutherford

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marichka

  30. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

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