Grateful Together: A Gratitude Journal for Kids and Their Parents

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Product Details

Price
$12.99  $11.95
Publisher
Rockridge Press
Publish Date
Pages
140
Dimensions
5.8 X 0.5 X 8.2 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781641529778

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About the Author

VICKY PERREAULT is a mother and former teacher with a master's degree in early childhood and elementary education. She uses her passion for making learning fun to create kids' activities, family-friendly recipes, and parenting tips. Find them on her blog at messforless.net.

Reviews

"The perfect book for parents of kids who take everything for granted. A creative and fun way to help them see the world in a positive light and get into the gratitude habit. As an added bonus, it will help you connect with your child as you work together. Family life will be calmer and happier for all after completing the journal."--Dr. Orlena Kerek, founder of DrOrlena.com

"Grateful Together is perfect for my elementary-aged son and I. The colors and images are adorable, the prompts are age-appropriate and engaging, and, most importantly of all, it allows us to cultivate gratitude in our family. The shared journal experience provides a meaningful way to connect with your child, leaving you with concrete reminders of what you have to be grateful for. I'm grateful that Vicky created this fantastic tool for families!"--Sara Robinson, MA, author of Choose You, A Self-Care Journal and Self-Care for Moms

"Vicky has created a friendly and simple to use tool for improving communication between parent and child. The ability to share one's thoughts, feelings, and experiences utilizing structure and healthy boundaries will not only strengthen parent/child bonds, but also lay the groundwork for building successful relationships in the future. Grateful Together is a book I can definitely recommend to parents or children wanting more connection and to improve communication skills."--Kimberly Ehrlich, M.A., licensed marriage and family therapist