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About Esther Cordova
When children say 'I can't do that', she adds the word 'yet'. (Great advice for adults too!) Esther believes that this simple concept will help children overcome their fears and strive to learn as much as they can in life. One word makes an important difference!
Follow Esther for practical ways to help your child's mindset at www.powerofyet.com.
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Enna is a girl who doesn't believe in herself and often utters the phrase "I can't do that!"
★ One night in a dream she sees all the possible future versions of herself, discovering that she can be any of those versions with time, knowledge and dedication. She develops a growth mindset throughout her journey and instead of saying "I can't do that," she learns to say "I can't do that YET!”. ★
Everyone who enjoyed Your Fantastic Elastic Brain: Stretch It, Shape It, The dot, Beautiful Oops! and The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes will also enjoy I Can't Do That, YET.
Perfect for children ages: 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8- but there is something valuable in it for kids of all ages and adults.
Empower your kid with a Growth Mindset and get it NOW.
Your child’s mindset matters, more than they realize.
Help them understand the power of a growth mindset.
Told in an engaging way that brings clarity to the subject of mindset, ‘Your Thoughts Matter’ gives concrete examples of what different mindsets sound like in our heads.
- ‘This is too hard, I’ll never learn it.’ vs
- ‘It’s meant to be hard, we grow by challenging ourselves.’
What a difference!
Romy has two voices in her head; one that causes her to doubt herself, and one that encourages her to keep trying. At times it’s confusing and hard to know which voice to listen to. With the help of her mother, she is able to understand that she has a choice, and that the choice she makes matters a great deal to her happiness.
Which voice will Romy listen to? Which voice does your child listen to?
GET IT NOW and show your child that there is no ‘can’t’, there is only ‘can’t YET’!
A world without failure... amazing or horrible?
David hates making mistakes.
Frustrated and angry at himself for not doing something perfectly the first time, David gets tired of practicing. He wishes for a world with no mistakes, but it’s not what he expected.
Without mistakes, the world would have no…
① learning ② inventions ③ growth...
After reading this story, children realize that mistakes are actually a good thing and are important for successful learning. Adults appreciate the empowering way this story shows children to view failure and the bonus questions at the end of the book.
Everyone who enjoyed The Most Magnificent Thing, The Book of Mistakes, and The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes will also enjoy A World without Failures.
Get it NOW and share this inspiring lesson with your child today.
Little bears can do BIG things!
Just like human children, little bears like to play and eat and have a lot of FUN.
Jimmy and his Dad have a great day planned, until his Dad issues a challenge. He wants the little bear to climb the biggest tree in Beartown, cross a river, and sleep in a cave all by himself.
Is it okay for boys to feel afraid? Is it okay for them to need help?
Jimmy shifts his thinking, faces the challenges and is able to make good choices with the help of his friends. He’s even brave enough to talk about his feelings with his Dad.
Come on the journey with Jimmy, and show your own little bear that it’s okay to cry, to need help, and to talk about all of our BIG feelings.
Does your toddler or preschooler struggle with anxiety? Handling big emotions like anxiety is hard for our little ones.
Hungry Henry knows all about big feelings - he gets anxious a lot too. And he needs YOUR child’s help to calm down!
Join the little dinosaur as he learns how to breathe fire like a real dragon. Things do not always go as planned for Hungry Henry. Through interactive elements, kids get a chance to help Hungry Henry learn to breathe fire and overcome anxiety.
This book is a good starting point to teach young children about handling their own emotions―even the ever-shifting moods of preschoolers. Together with Hungry Henry, kids will discover a set of useful tools that will help them cope when they’re feeling overwhelmed.
Tools such as:
- Recognizing when they are feeling anxious
- Using conscious breathing techniques
- 5-4-3-2-1 coping technique
- Feeling---> Thought---> Behavior triangle
- And much more!
This book uses a multi-sensory approach to teach these skills. Some pages instruct the reader to blow out a candle or put out a fire.
A fun and engaging experience similar to the Hervé Tullet books: Press Here and Mix it Up. An excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike.
Try it NOW and help your kids develop the tools to deal with anxiety.
Hungry Henry knows all about big feelings - he gets angry a lot. And he needs YOUR child’s help to calm down!
This book is a good starting point to teach about emotions. Together with Hungry Henry, kids will discover a set of tools that will help them cope when they’re feeling overwhelmed. Tools such as:
- Recognizing when they are feeling angry
- Using conscious breathing techniques (Rocket Breathing)
- Counting to calm down
- Using positive growth mindset mantras
- And much more!
Join the little dinosaur as he builds an amazing rocket… that isn’t going quite as planned. Through interactive elements, kids get a chance to help Hungry Henry not only to build his awesome rocket, but also to help him calm down. Some pages instruct the reader to swipe a telescope to discover the reason for the journey into the universe, find hidden picture snacks for Hungry Henry, and finally… BLAST OFF by pressing the final button to launch the rocket into the sky!
An excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Perfect for children ages: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
Get it NOW and help your kids learn the tools to deal with anger.
Luna And The Magic Owl helps young readers to see and appreciate not only their own inner beauty but also that of others. A book the world urgently needs.
Luna Lavendar squirms in her seat when she learns that she has to work with the prettiest girls in class. But when a stuffed owl surprises her with wise advice and a little magic, Luna gains a new perspective about what it means to be and feel lovely.
Join Luna as she learns that not only do people come in all shapes and sizes but that those shapes and sizes are all beautiful.
Luna And The Magic Owl will help young readers to internalize positive messages about their bodies before the biases of mainstream culture seep in. After all, reports have found that by the time girls are 13, over half express dissatisfaction with their bodies. Additionally, up to 50% of girls in grades K-8 are already concerned about their weight.
Luna And The Magic Owl is an essential read for every woman, young and old. There’s no doubt it will help shape and nurture a generation who are often torn down for not looking a certain way.
It’s important to embrace self-love and body positivity to encourage a healthy self-image. Everyone who enjoyed Her Body Can and Listening with My Heart: A story of kindness and self-compassion will also enjoy Luna And The Magic Owl.