Self Help Books for Kids

Self help books for kids???? Sounds a little new-age-y and crazy! But let me tell you….they are AWESOME! A bundle of self-help-positive-books were given to Tusia for her first birthday (which if you can do the math, is two years ago) by a dear friend, and I find myself enjoying the books just as much as my kids do. They serve as good reminders, and help me have positive discussions with my 3 year old, 5 year old, and myself! So much that I wanted to share them with you all, too! I feel that these books give me the tools and ability to talk with them about being mindful and what really matters.  NAMASTE.

 

The perfect bundle -- how special and perfect is this assortment of books?

The perfect bundle — how special and perfect is this assortment of books? (A lot more unique and touching than a beautiful onesie…)

The four books that we have at home (and love) are: I Think, I Am, Incredible You, I Am: Why Two Little Words Mean So Much, and Unstoppable Me.

 

Teaching kids (and myself!) the power of affirmations.

Teaching kids (and myself!) the power of affirmations.

Self help library. Makes me smile.

Self help library. Makes me smile. 3 of the books are written by Dr. Wayne Dyer and one by Louise Hay.

Grateful for what I have.

Grateful for what I have: My husband, my kids, my family, my health. So much to be thankful for.

I see the best in everyone -- good reminder.

I see the best in everyone — good reminder.

Unstobbale me! Lessons for the kids.

Unstoppbable me! Lessons for us all!

Live in the present.

Live in the present.

Pictures of people of all kids (gotta love the political correctness -- so good for kids to see how people come in different shapes and forms).

Pictures of all types of kids (gotta love the political correctness).

Incredible you!

Incredible you!

Make today great! Amen!

Make today great! Amen!

 

Whatever it is — the end of the school year, the change in seasons, the upcoming summer-move-to-Oregon, the end of Preschool, and the fact that I am getting older and older each day — I am currently really enjoying (more than normal) reading empowering / inspirational / guidance / self help books. They allow me to take a closer look inside and help me push myself to become a better person in every way. And these books allow me to have these conversations with my kids, my husband, and my soul! So everyone, have a great terrific day — make it great!

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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5 Comments

  1. I loved reading this! Such positivity that everyone can benefit from at any age.

  2. I’m going to a baby shower next month that asks for a book instead of a card.. these will be perfect!

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