??Help children learn alternatives to getting angry when they have a bad day Features colorful and engaging illustrations Ages: 4-10 Written by Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D. and illustrated by C. Brenna. Margaret and Amy are two girls in the same class who are coincidentally both having a very difficult day. While Amy finds ways to solve the various problems she encounters, Margaret always makes things worse by her reactions. This simple but poignant book is an excellent tool to help young children learn alternatives to getting angry. 30 pages. This book is also part of the Bibliotherapy Starter Set.