Little Thor Gets Mad (Board book)

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Little Thor is MAD and he doesn’t know what to do about it.

Little Thor is very strong. He can lift very heavy things. But when Loki knocks over the city of blocks Little Thor has worked very hard to build, Thor gets very, VERY mad. Should Little Thor use his hammer to destroy everything around him—or should he take a moment, think about why he’s angry, and talk about it? This board book about coping with emotions is perfect for any kid who knows what it’s like to feel mad.

About the Author


Victoria Watson Nguyen is a UX designer living in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, with her husband and son. She has won more than twenty awards for her art and design since 2004, and her work has been displayed in HOW magazine and the National Mall in Washington, DC. In her free time, Victoria enjoys long-distance running, drawing photorealistic portraits, and playing board games.

Rubin Pingk is an author and illustrator living the small town life in Clinton, Utah, with his wife, two rowdy boys, a peckish pug, and a scheming cat. He is the author of Samurai Santa and Night of the Living Ninja.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781534450899
ISBN-10: 1534450890
Publisher: Little Simon
Publication Date: August 27th, 2019
Pages: 14
Language: English

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