The books and resources on this list are selected from... collection at the Family Resource Centres at McMaster Children’s

The books and resources on this list are selected from the
collection at the Family Resource Centres at McMaster Children’s
Hospital. The selection is based on parent and child feedback, and
from on-going reviews at the Family Resource Centre. The
inclusion of a particular resource does not imply an endorsement
of the information or suggestions in that resource. Many of our
resources are general in nature, and may not apply to your
situation. Your health care professional is the best source of
information about your child’s health and concerns.
Here’s some suggested resources about:
1. Healthy Anger: How to Help Children and Teens Manage Their
Anger by Bernard Golden Oxford University Press; (Nov. 2002)
ISBN: 0195156579
Understanding the Angry Child: Coping Strategies for You and
Your Child by Martha Hansen McManus, Parenting Press; (Jan.
2004) ASIN: 094399070X
Angry Children, Worried Parents: Seven Steps to Help Families
Manage Anger by Sam Goldstein, Specialty Press; (Aug. 2004)
ISBN: 1886941580
The Anger Habit: Proven Principles to Calm the Stormy Mind by
Carl Semmelroth, Sourcebooks; (Aug. 2004) ISBN:
Anger Habit Workbook: Prove n Principles To Calm The Stormy
Mind by Carl Semmelroth, Sourcebooks; (Aug. 2004) ISBN:
D-Anger, I'm Mad! Anger Management Teen's Style by Carole
Weddington, Jm Pubns; (Sept. 2003) ISBN: 0963800779
Staying in Control: Anger Management Skills for Parents of
Young Adolescents by Millicent H. Kellner, Research Pr Pub;
(Sept. 2003) ISBN: 0878224971
Helping Your Angry Child: Worksheets, Fun Puzzles, and Engaging Games to Help You Communicate Better : A Workbook
for You and Your Family by Darlyne Gaynor Nemeth, New Harbinger Publications; (Feb. 2003) ISBN: 1572243120
Life Skills in Conflict & Anger Management by Geoffrey G.
Galiffo, Lifeskills Publishing; (Oct. 2002) ISBN: 0971849706
10. Hot Stones & Funny Bones: Teens Helping Teens Cope With
Stress & Anger by Brian Luke, Seaward Health Communications; (Oct. 2002) ISBN: 0757300367
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Family Resource Centres
McMaster Children’s Hospital
(905) 521-2100
McMaster location: extension 73536
Chedoke location: extension 77243
The Family Resource Centres are dedicated to helping our
fami lies and the community to become active participants
in their own health and medical care. The centres have a
wide collection of books, videotapes, audiotapes and
magazines and pamphlets about the problems and
concerns that bring patients to McMaster Children’s
These resources are available on loan, and our staff and
volunteers are available to assist you during most times.
Please call the centre you will be visiting to confirm times
that staff are available. For further information, please visit
our web site at:
Hamilton Public Library
(905) 546– 3200
HPL—This symbol means the book or resource is available
at the Hamilton Public Library, which has an extensive
collection of both popular and reference materials related
to family health and disability. For access to their
catalogue, and further information about branch locations
and hours of service, please visit their web site at:
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Rev. 09/04
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