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If you have a toddler in the house with temper tantrums. You ought to meet Ravi.
Ravi was the smallest and youngest in his family. While that was great most of the time, at times it wasn’t. Though he can control his temper, one day he lets out the tiger within. Of course, that was fun, he could do most of the things now. Anything. But he realized no one wanted to play with a noisy roaring growling tiger. Especially when he won’t share or play nicely. He feels lonely. Sad.
Ravi discovers something important then. First, to express his feelings and second, make amendments.
A brilliant book for young kids. It is relatable to them, especially when things don’t go their way, emotions run wild and it gets frustrating enough to throw a tantrum.
The illustrations are cleaver. One can’t miss how the backdrop starts fading into monochrome as Ravi get angrier. Also, colors return when he handled his emotions.
This book is a conversation starter with young ones to talk about feelings and emotions. Anger is an emotion that can be directed to healthy open talk. Communicate and resolve the problem.
Tom Perceval, has written some fantastic PSED books covering a range of emotions and situations that young children may experience in their lives. It's so great to have such books that deal with these issues in such a beautiful way, that children are able to connect with and relate too! I am so pleased that Tom has used characters from a range of backgrounds as the main characters, this is so refreshing and much needed. Thank you Tom, you have supported self worth and self-identity for all children, which is so important! My favourites include Ruby's Worry, Meesha makes Friends, Perfectly Norman and of course Ravi's Roar! I love, love, these books and read them to the children at school and have recommended them to the parents too.
Sons (2 & 4) absolutely love this book, the illustrations are beautiful and it’s definitely helped them talk about their emotions more. They love Ravi turning into a tiger, the farting dog and the ending with the sandcastles.
My daughter was shouting a lot at bedtime. We tried a lot of things but nothing was working. We bought this book to see if it would help. She really enjoyed reading it with us and it has helped her understand everyone feels angry at times.
I love this book. My toddler loved this book. It allowed them to understand the things I said about how hitting and yelling wasn't kind by seeing how others didn't want to play with Ravi when he wasn't kind.