What will you do if your child gets sad and upset because you won’t buy him a new toy? How can you teach him to be thankful for what he already has? In this story, Grandma teaches her grandson how to cope with unfulfilled desire by making a gratitude jar into which to put reminders each night of everything good that has happened during the day.
With gentle verses, this book will teach your child to be grateful for what he has, appreciate the warmth of home, and family relationships. This story is intended for bedtime reading to focus the child on positive memories, but also to give the child ideas for DIY projects.
This book includes a few Minute Gratitude Journal pages that also offer examples of gratitude in case your child is too young to write down his notes. It is a Mindful guide that will give you ideas for making and decorating a Thanksgiving jar. It will show you how to fill it with notes, and help your child understand what the real values are. Each page of this children’s happiness notebook provides reasons why your child should be thankful. Playful mindfulness activities will help your child express his creativity and ingenuity.
With this book, parents and children will spend quality time sharing thoughts, feelings, and dreams. This story contains warm and light rhymes that children will remember easily and repeat over and over again. My attitude of gratitude is a warm recommendation for all parents who want their child to buy a quality and educational New Year gift.
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Melissa Winn is a child psychologist, passionate children’s book author, poetess, mother of two children, and more recently a grandmother. Her life revolves around children, both her family, her vocation, and her aspirations.
Since early childhood, Melissa has had an affinity for the written word which was fueled by her vivid imagination. As she raised her children, she made up her own fairytales to teach them about daily challenges, wrote small poems, and drew the illustrations. At the time, she had no ability to publish her work, but thanks to the wonders of indie publishing, it is now possible to transform her passion into a vocation.