Empower Your Children Through Storybooks
[Our children learn through stories. Discover books that will help build confidence and empower your children.]
What if your kids felt confident in who they are? What if they knew that the opinions of others were just that – opinions?
When our children hear these positive and empowering messages over and over it helps them to remember that they are special exactly the way they are. They learn that their happiness comes from within them, and they can feel free to be exactly who they are and allow others to do the same.
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Empowering Books for Kids
Here are some great books to teach kids to love themselves for exactly who they are, to build confidence, and feel compassion for themselves and others:
The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes by Mark Pett and Gary Rubenstein is a story about a girl who was known far and wide for never making mistakes, until one day…she did. Spoiler alert: she ends up realizing it is okay to make mistakes and finding more ease, joy, and fun in life.
This is a great book to help kids to understand that life is not about being perfect and that it is okay to make mistakes and have fun in life.
Amazing You by Gail Saltz is book that assists kids in feeling empowered about their bodies. This book gives parents a great way to open up conversation around all the questions that children have around their bodies.
Tiger-Tiger Is It True? by Byron Katie and Hans Wilhelm is a phenomenal book with four questions to make you smile again.
This book has sparked some amazing conversations in our home. It helps walk you through un-true and self-limiting thoughts so that you and your family can live your best life.
It’s Okay to Make Mistakes by Todd Parr is a simple and colorful book that walks little one through the idea that everyone makes mistakes sometimes.
It empowers even the youngest children to follow their own path and ask for help when they need it.
I Am by Wayne Dyer is a lovely book about why two little words mean so much.
Sometimes in the shuffle and chaos of everyday life, we forget to tune into ourselves and remember the truth of who we are. This book helps to remind you to remember the beauty and love within you and to see it in the rest of the world too.
How to Raise Resilient & Empowered Children
If you are looking for more ways to raise empowered children, check out this parent’s guide to raising emotionally healthy and resilient children through self care.