I don't know of any books but we use the technique of asking our son if he is angry, then asking him to put his anger into our hands and throw it away, we keep asking him to take out the anger or, upset or whatever until he is sure he has got it all. By doing this we find we are as a family making up our own stories.
Elephantantrum! by Gillian Shields is v funny though not sure it helps exactly. Think all you vcan do is walk away saying something along the lines of "You can't talk to Mummy/Mummy cant talkto you when you are angry. I'll be in the kitchen/wherever when you want a cuddle.." Works for us anyway. Seems to subside very quickly (*a few minutes) and she wanders through to us a bit teary, for hugs and pep-talk/debrief whatever you want to call it