A Kids Book About Self-Love
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For Ages 5+
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Often we notice the things that make us feel different or we don’t like. But self-love can help us see what makes us uniquely awesome! This book teaches kids how to choose their thoughts, manage their perspectives, and feel comfortable and happy with themselves, even when hard things happen.
Brandon Farbstein (he/him) is a Gen Z world changer, motivational speaker, and author who was born with a rare form of dwarfism. Brandon’s “Ten Feet Tall” mindset and limitless impact has been felt by millions as he amplifies his global message to #ElevateEmpathy®.
Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
Printed in the USA
Designed in Portland, Oregon
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I bought this book for my two nieces, ages 7 & 9. From the very first sentence I read to them a beautiful conversation began. This conversation continued with each page to follow. I wasn’t expecting this, but they each had so much to share. It’s been a few weeks now since we read the book together. I saw them today and my older niece said the book is her favorite book and she will often take it to the porch to read it again. The book has a great message that children and adults alike need to hear. I highly recommend this book and feel it should be in every school and public library.
Everyone in my family will be reading this book. It is a good reminder for any age that you can’t receive love until you love yourself. Should be read and reread throughout life.
The only bad thing I have to say is that some pages seem to be falling out of the binding
This is a wonderful, touching, and powerful book that should be read by both adults and young people. Mr. Farbstein's journey has not been an easy one, and his perseverance, and strength of spirit are a remarkable story that is uplifting and inspiring. So many important lessons about loving and valuing yourself from an early age that need to be shared with younger readers. The ONLY complaint is that there is not a photo of Mr. Farbstein in the book. His photo deserves to be in future copies and prints of the book so that people know what this amazing person looks like. I am so proud of Brandon and all his accomplishments, and I encourage anyone who cares about young people, mental health, and the constant discovery of self-love to get a copy of this book.