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Happythoughts are Everywhere

These days, Bayden is a happy and confident boy. There was a time, not long ago when Bayden worried about everything, ALL of the time. That was, until he discovered the power of Happythoughts! Join Bayden's journey as he goes in search of his happythoughts – you'll never guess where he finds them! This clever story has been written and illustrated to help children learn that by changing their thoughts, they can change their feelings. A simple strategy to help children take control of their anxiety!

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