Gratitude Is Your Superpower: A Book About Being Thankful and Embracing Positivity (My Superpowers) (Paperback)
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Show them the power of looking on the bright side—an introduction to gratitude for kids 5 to 7
Learning to appreciate the good things, both big and little, is an important step in growing up—and it’s never too early to help little ones build those skills. This beautifully illustrated storybook teaches young kids how to practice gratitude and keep a positive mindset through simple, real-life scenarios that are easy for them to understand. It’s written with clear language for adults to read aloud, and features discussion questions and activities that encourage kids to talk about what they learned and use it every day.
Go beyond other gratitude books for kids with:
- Gratitude heroes—Little superheroes Grace and Guillermo model easy, age-appropriate ways for kids to be more grateful every day.
- Ways to set a good example—Kids will learn how to express thanks, how being kind can make them happier, and how to inspire others to feel grateful, too.
- A lifetime of good feelings—These tips, reflections, and games will help kids develop healthy skills that they’ll use for the rest of their lives.
Teach kids to feel good about the world around them with a fun and friendly book about the importance of gratitude.
About the Author
AMY WEBER has more than 25 years of experience working with children and their families as both a clinician and administrator. She’s a cofounder of Speak, Learn, & Play in Brooklyn, New York, where she shares space and ideas with a group of brilliant pediatric therapists. Amy also provides training and consultation to schools and agencies throughout New York City.
ZACH GRZESZKOWIAK is a graphic designer and illustrator. He creates both digital and printed marketing materials like logos, infographics, and catalogs. Some of his favorite things to draw are animals and spooky creatures. His favorite projects involve educating, storytelling, and helping a cause.
“This is a great book for children to begin thinking about easy ways to incorporate gratitude into their daily routines. I love that the examples gave leading questions to help think a little deeper about how kids (and adults!) can be practicing gratitude every day.” —Becky Thomas, special educator
“As a speech language pathologist and mom, I am grateful for this book! Such a simple and fun way to explain the complex idea of why we should all be thankful and the small ways we can show it. The concrete examples helped even my three-year-old become better at saying thanks. Yesterday, he thanked the playground! A wonderful book with great illustrations and relatable examples.” —Jennifer Volpe, speech language pathologist
“Children love to see themselves as having superpowers. This book encourages them to imagine how gratitude and care for others can make them powerful and effective in the world. It's a positive message presented clearly and simply in scenarios kids can identify with. I highly recommend this book.” —Judy Schneier, LCSW, psychotherapist