Anh's Anger by Gail Silver is based on the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, the Zen Buddhist teacher and peacemaker. Young Anh has the experience of learning to take good care of — and even dance with! — his anger.

Mad at Mommy by Komako Sakai shows that even when the relationship between a mother and her young bunny is strained by the everyday pressures of life, love endures. Children get the reassuring message that parents can take criticism and come back with forgiveness even when they are exhausted, depressed, or down in the dumps.

Moody Cow Meditates by Kerry Lee McLean introduces us to Peter, a cow who has such a terrible day that he explodes in anger, throwing his baseball through the window of his home. His grandfather shares with him a helpful meditation for calming his emotions.

Steps and Stones by Gail Silver brings back Anh from Anh's Anger (see above). This time, Anh nearly retaliates against some friends who abandon him, but by timing his footsteps with his breath, he manages to diminish the hold his anger has on him.