Friday, July 14, 2017

Guest Post on Parent.co With Our Favorite Books That Build Self-Confidence




What seems so normal within the walls of our house – eating crackers with peanut butter, mayo, and pickle relish, wearing costumes, or using family nick-names – can all be threatened by social norms when our kids go to school or play with friends. When kids are young they don’t think about other people’s opinions, but this slowly changes as they grow. Join me over at Parent.co for a list of some of my favorite books for teaching little ones how to be confident in who they are and how to treat others who are not the same as you.




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