The Eyebrows of Doom
One simple facial movement can alter someone’s entire expression. Dave the bear was cleaning his house one day when he saw two furry eyebrows scurry across the floor. They jumped on his forehead and caused him to look and act angry. He tried to fight the urge to destroy property and terrorize people, but the brows were too powerful. Once Dave had caused sufficient damage, the eyebrows moved on to the next unsuspecting victim. The eyebrows control the mood of a seagull named Ron, a happy baby on the beach, a porcupine named Ned, and several other animals in the zoo. When everyone is free from the eyebrows’ power, they chase the mischievous pair. The brows think they have escaped but find themselves in a puzzling predicament.
The Eyebrows of Doom can be used to talk about the importance of facial expression and controlling your anger. In this book, the eyebrows represent uncontrollable rage that can be experienced by young children ages two to seven. Adults can use this book to teach readers about healthy alternatives to this frustration. Children can practice furrowing their brows to appear angry and then smiling to gain control over their emotions. This is a whimsical, funny social-emotional story.
|Page Count||32 pages|
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