Finding Yourself Bundle
How confident do you feel today? Maybe a lot, maybe a little, or maybe you don't know what that word means! However you feel, this book is for you! One look inside will help kids (and their grownups) understand what confidence is, where it comes from, and how to build their confidence little by little to achieve their dreams.
Joy Cho is an Asian American designer and creative director. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.
This is a book about belonging. It tackles what it’s like when you feel like you belong to a group or family or team and what it’s like when you don’t. It addresses what it feels like when you don’t fit in, or when others don’t want you around. This book teaches kids how to belong to themselves and how that helps them belong anywhere.
Kevin is an author and creative catalyst who brings a playful curiosity, an avid intellect, a keen understanding of human nature, and a lifelong love of competition to all of his creative endeavors. He sees humanistic potential and possibilities everywhere.
Every kid wants to feel like they belong somewhere—and they do. We’re all part of a community even if we don’t know it yet. Community is about action, about sharing the things that are important to you with others to create bonds and experiences that will stay with you forever. This book is meant to help kids find where they belong and remind them they are never alone.
Shane Feldman believes community is the answer to every question and the solution to every problem. Recognized by The White House and United Nations for his achievements in community leadership, Shane is the founder and CEO at COUNT ME IN, the world-renowned social entrepreneurship incubator that originally started as a small school project. Connect at ShaneFeldman.com.
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Your identity can be a lot of things: your heritage, gender, hometown, school, faith, or even what you’ve been through. The awesome thing is nobody is just one thing! Your identity can grow and change as you do! This book explores all the different parts of identity: who you are, what you love, and what’s true about you.
Jimmy Gomez—or better known as Taboo Nawasha—is a husband, father, cancer survivor, MC, performer, writer, creator, and Indigenous activist. He also has an amazing day job as one of the founding members of the award-winning music group, the Black Eyed Peas. While Tab loves making music, his goal is to leave a legacy his kids will be proud of.
Gender can be difficult to define, but it’s something that's a part of all of us and who we are. This book isn’t meant to answer all the questions or tell you how you identify, it’s meant to help kids and grownups understand gender and create an open and safe environment for kids to question, experiment, and discover their authentic selves.
Dale Mueller is a lifetime learner, sex educator, and mental healthcare enthusiast based in Minneapolis, MN. They integrate their focus on trans advocacy, inclusion, and queer community building in all they do professionally, personally, and in their journey to become a therapist.
Hardback Sizes: 8in. x 10in.
Printed in the USA
Designed in Portland, Oregon