I Think I am Hardback
Best-selling author Louise L. Hay has spent her life teaching people that their thoughts create their lives, and she has written numerous books for adults that have helped them discover their own self-worth. Similarly, Louise has always believed that if children could learn the power of their thoughts early on, their journey through life would be happier and more rewarding, with fewer struggles along the way.
In this new book, Louise teaches boys and girls about the importance of affirmations - the thoughts and words we use in our daily lives that express what we believe to be true.
Within these pages, there are wonderful examples of kids turning 'negative' thoughts such as worry, anger, and fear into positive words and actions that express joy, happiness, and love.
There are also tips that show children how they can apply affirmations to their daily lives.
Vibrant illustrations and simple text make these concepts easy to understand for even the youngest child.
Parents and children will have so much fun learning about the power of positive affirmations and what a difference they can make!
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 32 pages, col. ill
- Publisher: Hay House Inc
- Publication Date: 30/10/2008
- Category: Personal & social issues: self-awareness & self-esteem (Children's/YA)
- ISBN: 9781401922085
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Review by alswartzfager
This is so wonderful for every student. This gives off a great message about being positive, even adults can relate to this book and get somehting from it. The message behind this book is so simple, however it can make such a difference in ones life. I love reading these books about sending these empowering messages to young children, because so many children have hard lives and to hear that there is hope is so wonderful. This book should be read to every child!
Review by ermilligan
This is so wonderful for every student. This gives off a great message about being positive which adults sometimes can even to remeber. The message behind this book is so simple but it can really make a difference in some ones life. This should be read to every student.