The Angry Little Girl is a book written to validate the loss, anger and lack of control children in foster care can feel. It is written through the eyes of a seven year old that was in foster care for 4 years before being adopted. It discusses how unsafe she felt moving from one foster home to another and it gives in-sight to how even a safe environment can feel scary when you are little. It also validates feelings of loss and rejection that arose from each move.
This book is written to help children in foster care understand it is ok to be angry sometimes and sometimes life is not fair. It is not the fault of the children in foster care, they are little. It is the job of the adults to make good decisions and keep them safe.