Gaston teaches children to control their emotions
Publish Date : Tuesday 5 November 2019 - 18:56
IBNA- The series of Little Unicorn books with Gaston as the central character by French author and artist Aurélie Chien Chow Chine which teach children to control their emotions has been translated into Persian.
According to IBNA correspondent, intended for children aged 4 to 7, the picture book series has been translated into Persian by Nahid Doroudian-Raad and released by Porteghal (Orange) Publishing.
Little Unicorn books
are about coping with strong feelings offering tools to manage anger and temper tantrums-and integrates a breathing exercise right into the story.
With simple, accessible artwork and the universal character appeal of unicorns, each Little Unicorn story allows children and caregivers to talk about and work through specific moods.
‘Little Unicorn Is Angry’ reads: Little Unicorn's rainbow-colored mane is magic-it shifts to a single color when he's feeling a particularly strong emotion. It seems like a storm comes over him when he's angry, and his mane turns bright red. But when he repeats a special three-step breathing exercise, the clouds clear and his rainbow returns--and if he ever feels angry again, he'll know just what to do.
Other Little Unicorn books include: ‘Little Unicorn is Scared’, ‘Little Unicorn is Sad’, ‘Little Unicorn is Shy’…