We love self esteem books books for kids here at Happily Ever Elephants, and Pat Zeitlow Miller’s new one, Remarkably You, is another beauty to add to your collection. Check it out!
I love when children begin to understand the power of voice, when they come to realize that their words carry significant weight. And Peter H. Reynolds’ new book, Say Something!, is a fabulous celebration of the many ways in which our kids can make their voices heard.
We love STEM books! Any book that encourages kids to make, tinker and discover gets two trunks up in our book, and this new STEM book, Be a Maker, by Katey Howes and illustrated by Elizabet Vukovic, is a total winner!
If you have been following us for a while, you know there is nothing I love to read more than a book that celebrates books — and if it also happens to be an amazing book about strong girls, even better! Planting Stories: The Life of Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpre, is one of those books!
We love books about strong girls here at Happily Ever Elephants, both for our girls AND our boys! And I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes her Mark, is one of the best books about strong women you will ever find.
If you love stories with fabulous surprise endings, we have your new favorite children’s book right here. The Neighbors is quirky, fun and surprising, and we simply love it!
All The Ways to be Smart is one of the best children’s picture books on intelligence and self worth! This beautiful book celebrates all children and their unique abilities, including academic, social and emotional intelligence.
Do you love funny children’s books that will make you laugh out loud?! So do we… and we have got the best picture book to start off your year! Interrupting Chicken and the Elephant of Surprise may just be the best sequel ever. Check it out!
If your kids love books about strong girls who have overcome considerable odds to achieve lasting success, then you must read this fabulous nonfiction picture book biography, How to Build a Hug: Temple Grandin and Her Amazing Squeeze Machine!
If you love self esteem books for kids, let me say this: If you don’t have Red: A Crayon’s Story, by Michael Hall in your home collection or in your classroom, hurry and get a copy now.
This is a fabulous self esteem book for kids who may be embarrassed by some of their rather unique characteristics, especially for your younger children. Check it out!
Looking for books about strong girls to share with your sons and daughters? This is the list for you!