From Grumpy to Gratitude: watch your child FLOURISH. Raise positive, mentally stable and happy children by establishing in them an attitude of gratitude.
This is a wonderful way to help children really experience and become aware of gratitude – interactive and interesting, and beautifully illustrated. I’ll be buying copies for our young family members and would highly recommend it ~ Dr Pam Brown, Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Family Physician & Editor-in-Chief, Diabetes & Primary Care.
This is a Storybook and Gratitude Journal of a grumpy puppy called Myra, who is given a thirty-day challenge by the wise neighbourhood dog Wise Old Dimple. Myra has to learn to be grateful for something every day over the next thirty days.
In thirty days, Myra, the grumpiest puppy in the neighbourhood, soon becomes the most cheerful, tail-wagging puppy ever!
Beside each day is a journal entry section where older children can fill in what they are grateful for after reading the day’s story. Parents can help younger children write in their thoughts. The book is suitable for children aged 4-7 years.
This children’s storybook journal would help parents, teachers, children’s clubs, and caregivers raise positive, mentally stable and happy children by establishing in them an attitude of gratitude.
Gratitude is a crucial life skill that no child should be without, and caregivers will enjoy the peace of mind that comes from raising wholesome appreciative children.
As Wise Dimple once said, ‘Nothing rivals the beauty of a happy and grateful child.’
This fun, interactive and beautifully illustrated book will engage children in creating positive thoughts for themselves while interacting with you, the parent or the grandparent reading it with them.
Older children can read the book themselves and reflectively answer questions posed by the story.
Over 30 days, your child will have begun to set up habits that will be transformative in the short, medium and long term.
Both adults and children will enjoy reading this book. You will stop a few times to ponder and appreciate the little things we all take for granted.