10 Children’s Books with a Special Growth Message
If you’re after new gift ideas for the children in your life, this is your shopping list; in fact, each book links right up to Amazon for easy purchase.
Here’s the list – in no specific order (with a bonus book for fun):
- 9 Fruits Alive, by Mindy MacDonald
- The Kissing Hand, by Audrey Penn
- The Monster Who Ate My Peas, by Danny Schnitzlein
- I Like Myself, by Karen Beaumont
- Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, by Kevin Henkes
- Just In Case You Ever Wonder, by Max Lucado
- I’ll Always Come Back, by Steve Metzger
- You Are Special, by Max Lucado
- How Full Is Your Bucket, by Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer
- Guess How Much I Love You, by Sam McBratney
- BONUS: The Book With No Pictures, by B.J. Novak
In particular, the book that has been a hit with my two boys (ages 5 and 7) most recently is How Full is Your Bucket, by Tom Rath – outstanding message and visuals! Both boys now have contests with each other to see who can fill someone else’s bucket!
So, who will you pour into this Holiday Season?
And, which of the 10 books will you choose for that special child (ren) in your life?
If you have a favorite not listed, please jump into the comments below and share – I would love to hear from you!
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Founder Todd Garreston
With over 15 years of experience leading market share growth initiatives of top consumer brands in Fortune 500 and privately-held business environments, Todd Garretson advises and helps organizations identify new growth potential, craft strategy that moves people to action and enhance overall performance.
Having a passion for helping people and organizations to unlock dormant growth potential, Todd writes and speaks for audiences in three core areas: business growth strategy, leadership and personal / professional growth.
Residing in Atlanta, GA with his wife, Lauri, and their four children, weekends and free time are spent with family, coaching youth sports, and sharing his passion for fitness and nutrition.