At times, Adam goes through a strange state; he shouts and stumps the floor with his feet. When his mother tells him: “The Big Bad Mood” is visiting him, he looks for him and when he fails to find him, he gets angrier. One day, Adam meets “The Big Bad Mood” and helps him bother others and turn their moods into bad ones. After a while, Adam realizes that this is not what he wants because he starts to lose his friends. He decides to change.
This story communicates with children about the importance of controlling anger and refraining from moodiness; being good with others and not harming them.