A 4-year-old child prodigy has written a book that focuses on helping children cope with anger and live happier lives. The book, titled “Super Happy Kid Defeats the Angries,” was written by four-year-old Jomo Jesús Thomas Suriel. It was published by Super Happy Kids Books LLC to help children cope with emotions and behavioral patterns.
“Kids need to have inspiring stories. It is easy to get mad when you can’t play with friends or go to regular school,” said the bilingual (English and Spanish) 4-year-old Jomo Jesús. “Most kids stay inside and do not go to the park because of the COVID-19 virus. So kids get mad a lot, which is the angries taking control. So I used my imagination to make a book about being angry, dealing with the angries, and going from misbehaving to good behavior.”
Angries, according to Jomo Jesús, are emotions that are visibly upsetting to everyone, especially for a child. They represent anger and frustration that keep one from being happy. When these angries are gotten rid of, children can be happy again. For children to resolve emotions of anger, they must resolve their conflicts with the Angries, and only then will they find better choices to make better decisions.
The young author has a series of books on the Super Happy Kid and the Angries. The three-part series of behavior books explores what happens when Super Happy Kid, a hero battling angries, allows anger to rule his decisions. “Super Happy Kid Defeats the Angries” by Jomo Jesús Thomas Suriel is now available on Amazon.
To get the children’s book by Jomo Jesús Thomas Suriel and help children combat anger, please visit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B096YQ8V5W/ref=tsm_1_tp_tc.
About Jomo Jesús Thomas Suriel
Jomo Jesús Thomas Suriel is a 4-year old who has penned his first children’s book titled “Super Happy Kid Defeats the Angries”. The book is a pioneering anger management book for children not written by an educator or behavioral therapist, or psychologist but a child.
During the COVID-19 lockdown, Jomo Jesús developed his ideas and invented fictional characters called the Angries to inspire other children dealing mentally and emotionally with anger during the pandemic.
“Super Happy Kid Defeats the Angries” was illustrated by Jomo Gamal Thomas.
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