A Kids Book About Change
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For Ages 5+
Change is impossible to avoid because it happens ALL the time! In this book, the author speaks about how to cope with and embrace life’s expected and unexpected turns by telling personal stories and asking kids thought-provoking questions. Empathetic and encouraging, this book emphasizes talking through life’s many changes with the people you care about and trust.
David Kim (he/him) was born in Seoul, Korea, but is now pastoring in Silicon Valley where there is constant change! And as a husband and father of 2 young girls, he is still learning to navigate change with them every day!
You can find him online: @davidjanghyunkim on Instagram, and at davidjanghyunkim.com.
Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
Printed in the USA
eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-951253-57-8
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices
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Designed in Portland, Oregon
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I really enjoy this book written by Pastor David Kim to give people a sense of hope and resilience during this COVID-19 pandemic. It made me realize that I should be grateful for my life right now and that I just need to wait for the vaccine for life to resume back to normal.
Good book for kids dealing with change but also teaches kids to be empathetic with other children who have moved in from another country.
Really went step by step through what change is like, how it affects everyone, and what your options are for dealing with it. Provided lots of space for discussion with my kids about changes in their lives and how they feel about them.
Despite being 24-yrs old, so many aspects of this book resonated with me. I purchased two extra copies to give as gifts to friends with young children. I am grateful to David Kim and the "a kids book about" series for bringing to life this amazing resource for children, parents, honestly folks of all ages. Thank you for this gift to not only the Korean American community, but the world in general!
I liked the way the author normalized change and acceptance of being different and having different experiences.