For Ages 5+
In a time when it seems like so much depends on small talk and friend count, life can start to feel a little awkward for the introverted kiddos of the world. This book explores the introvert experience from struggles to superpowers, on a mission to affirm those of us who find solace in a bit of silence and solo time. We have a lot to offer the world—and we do it our own way.
Amy Taylor (she/her) is an Ohio-based writer, storyteller, introvert, and proud dog mom. Josh Maynard (he/him) is a lifelong introvert, dad of 3 (boisterous) tiny humans, and designer based in Arvada, Colorado.
Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
Printed in the USA
Designed in Portland, Oregon
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It was a good book. When can I play video games?? -Elijah Maynard, author's kid reader
I absolutely loved this story. It is an empowering story for our kids who are introverts and are often misunderstood. I will definitely be reading this to many of the students I support, this book will help them understand their personality is a strength and should be celebrated! This gives a voice and a platform for students who may otherwise fall behind the curtain. -Alison Hansen, School Social Worker
Being the father of an introvert and an extrovert, the clear words and beautiful illustrations in this book helped give my children a way to see not only themselves, but each other. While the introvert gained words for their feelings, it was a pleasant surprise seeing the extrovert recognize their sibling in the story, and for me to see them bond in a new way. -Armando Martínez-Celis (he/him), Graphic Designer & Educator
Books are incredibly useful tools in clinical care for children, and I appreciate the message A Kids Book About Being an Introvert shares in such a beautifully accepting and compelling way. I will definitely be using this book in my clinical practice. -Diana Cohen, PhD (she/her/ella), licensed clinical psychologist and pediatric neuropsychologist
Educators and parents, this is a book you’ll want to add to your classroom or home library. A Kids Book About Being an Introvert is a great conversation starter for the kids in your circle to better understand themselves and their friends. As an introverted adult, this is the book I needed to read as a child. -Emily Mengon (she/her), elementary school teacher