“Self-esteem” can feel like a buzzword to kids, but they may not understand what it means. Self-esteem is how a person feels about themself. Sometimes, that’s good—and sometimes it’s not. Self-esteem is constantly under fire in young readers, and this book helps with that. Tips include valuing yourself and people for more than their looks, adopting a growth mindset, and speaking up when you want or need to express a feeling or idea. Each tip is geared for elementary readers and includes actionable changes and age-appropriate examples.
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