“Your thoughts create your life!” This is the message that Louise Hay has been teaching people throughout the world for more than 27 years. Now, children can learn and understand the powerful idea that they have control over their thoughts and words, and in turn, what happens in their life.
Within the pages of I Think, I Am! kids will find out the difference between negative thoughts and positive affirmations. Fun illustrations and simple text demonstrate how to make the change from negative thoughts and words to those that are positive. The happiness and confidence that come from this ability is something children will carry with them their entire lives!
Hard cover (Picture book)
Age range 4 - 8
Resilience: the ability to recover or bounce back from problems, hurt or loss; is critical for social and emotional health and helps people feel happy, capable and in charge of their lives. Foster perseverance, patience and resilience in children with this unique encouraging book. Young children learn thought processes and actions that are positive, realistic and helpful for bouncing back. The book also helps children recognise people who can support them in times of difficulty. Back matter includes advice for raising resilient children and fostering resiliency at school and in... More info
This book is based on a story told by Daisy Utemorrah of the Worora people to Aboriginal children living in Derby, Western Australia. The illustrations are adapted from their paintings of her story. She said, 'I used to live with my parents in a humpy house. My Grandmother, my aunties and even my Grandpa told me stories from the Dreamtime. I kept the stories till I was old enough to tell children. We want to share our stories with all children so they learn what Aborigines used to... More info
* * *The highly-anticipated junior version of Bruce Pascoe’s multi award-winning book.* Bruce Pascoe has collected a swathe of literary awards for Dark Emu and now he has brought together the research and compelling first person accounts in a book for younger readers. Using the accounts of early European explorers, colonists and farmers, Bruce Pascoe compellingly argues for a reconsideration of the hunter-gatherer label for pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians. He allows the reader to see Australia as it was before Europeans arrived — a land of cultivated farming areas, productive fisheries, permanent homes, and... More info