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"I know loving myself starts with thinking of myself in positive ways."

Developing a healthy growth mindset, one book at a time.

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Foster meaningful conversations.

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Discussion

Identify and promote good and hearty habits.
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Healthy Habit

Encourage and celebrate the beauty of our differences.
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Diversity

Highlight the value
of self-love and gentleness.

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Kindness

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BOOKS THAT

EMPOWER, ENTERTAIN & EDUCATE CHILDREN.

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What our readers are saying

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Vittorie, 8 y/o

"I was surprised to see how thick the book was when I got it. I love it. Great book to read with a great message."

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Name, 5 y/o

I really like this book. I love that Nate kept trying even though Zachary is bigger.

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Name, 6 y/o

We should always love ourselves. I love this book because it teaches us that we are all beautiful and we are special.

Inspiring and enriching books for kids 4 and up

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MOST POPULAR

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 Amazon Teachers' Pick 

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"Although we are different, we're really the same...

Perfectly made, every inch of our frame."

An inspirational children's book that encourages children as they grow to love themselves.

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He is only a kid who just became a superhero. His new arch-nemesis is already a champion. Can he master his powers to save the other children?

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Join Pete as he navigates his way through the aquarium waters trying to find solutions for a problem that never should have been.

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Hi, Nice to Meet You!

I'm Karlene, a mom, children's book author, and healthy mindset advocate.

 

My passion is to create books that teach healthy habits and inspire children for a better tomorrow.

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"Loving yourself starts with liking yourself, which starts with respecting yourself, which starts with thinking of yourself in positive ways."

--Jerry Corsten.