We live in an information society with a plethora of information going forth all day every day. With the rise of technology, including iPads, iPhones, computers, and video games, many children might not be picking up books to read anymore. In fact, young children may not be getting fantastic and positive stories read to them while they navigate through their toddler years at all.
Children love to sit and listen to interesting books being read to them. If you have a child in your life, take some time regularly to read books that will impact him or her in a positive and loving way. Here are five positivity books to get you started.
- 1. I Believe in Me: A Book of Affirmations by Connie Bowen
This book is full of 27 inspiring affirmations that will certainly give your child a good dose of positivity. The book is quite colorful with whimsical animals and characters, as well as angels. Reading this book to your children will help them to realize how awesome they really are.
- 2. Unstoppable Me: 10 Ways to Soar Through Life by Wayne Dyer
This book will help your children come to understand that they can create a life that they absolutely love. They can dream big dreams and become unstoppable as they progress toward achieving them. The book has 10 valuable lessons that each child needs to learn at a young age, including the importance of taking some risks to get what you want, learning how to overcome anxiety and fear, and enjoying life each day as it comes.
- 3. Every Little Thing: Based on the song ‘Three Little Birds’ by Bob Marley
Bob Marley’s daughter, Cedella, took her father’s song and adapted it into a story for children that teaches them that no matter what happens in life, you don’t have to get down and give up. The story is about a little boy who encounters some trying situations, but he won’t let anything ruin his mood. With the help of three little birds, he knows that every little thing is going to be alright!
- 4. I Think, I Am! Teaching Kids the Power of Affirmations by Louise Hay
Positive thinking legend Louise Hay has written this book with the intention of teaching children that their thoughts matter! This book gives kids the tools to learn how to control their thoughts when it comes to positivity or negativity. The book explains the difference between negative thoughts and positive affirmations, as reframing the negative into positive is a lesson that every child ought to learn, as it will benefit them the rest of their lives.
- 5. Incredible You!: 10 Ways to Be Happy Inside and Out by Wayne Dyer
Dr. Wayne Dyer furnishes children with happy rhymes to help them realize how incredible they are on the inside and outside. Understanding that the ability to love oneself will lead to a happier and healthier life, Dyer brings his powerful truths to children in light and fun ways to children so they can create their own tools for happiness.
Be sure to check out these positive books and begin reading to the children in your life on a regular basis. Both you and your children will learn valuable lessons that will help you to live happy and abundant lives.