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Books are extremely useful tools in helping your child to develop positive self-esteem, and these 10 will help teach children just how special they are. What are your recommendations?
The Little Engine That Could is the story of a train filled with toys and gifts for little boys and girls that breaks down before reaching the children. After asking several passing trains for help over the hill, a little blue train agrees to help the stranded toys. Even though she is small, the blue train tries her best to bring the toys to the children on the other side of the hill.
Adri’s mama and papa share some of the wisdom they have gained through the years with their eager son. Their words, simple and powerful, are meant to comfort and guide him as he goes about exploring the world.
Zero is a big round number. When she looks at herself, she just sees a hole right in her center. Every day she watches the other numbers line up to count: “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 . . . ”
‘Those numbers have value. That’s why they count,’ she thinks. But how could a number worth nothing become something?
Every day the small wooden people called Wemmicks do the same thing: stick either gold stars or gray dots on one another. The pretty ones, those with smooth wood and fine paint, always get stars. The talented ones do, too. Others, though, who can do little or who have chipped paint, get ugly gray dots, like Punchinello.
Beautifully illustrated, Incredible You uses simple, uplifting rhymes to give kids their own tools for creating happiness.