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I Let It Go-bookcover

By: Chikodi Lori

I Let It Go

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There is nothing more terrifying than watching a cat and kitten dangle dangerously from a tree… or is there? Anger often hides in the hearts of children and leads them down dangerous paths as adults. When anger is not handled properly, Mandy was surprised to learn that it can lead to sickness. Mandy was determined to change and to help others deal with anger.

As she watched the little boys from her class throw stones up the tree, Mandy became very, very angry. She was so angry that she found herself sobbing uncontrollably even after the cat and kitten had been safely rescued. As she talked with the head teacher, she soon learnt that there were some things that she could control, and others that she could not control.

Join Mandy as she embarks on a mission to rescue a cat and ends up learning about how to deal with anger.

The author is an entrepreneur and motivational speaker. She is a law graduate with an LLB obtained from the University of Leicester. She tentatively delved into law as a paralegal at a national firm in Birmingham. From then on, she proceeded to work with young people in various capacities. During the course of her work, the author realised that she has a passion for storytelling and decided to make a contribution to the lives of future leaders through her writings. The author draws inspiration for her books from art, ballets, orchestras, youth justice, thinking, and people watching.

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