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I Am Not Afraid To Fail (Persistence Project Book 1) Kindle Edition
Failure doesn't have to be scary for kids.
And parents, guardians, and mentors play a crucial role in teaching kids that failure is just one step towards success.
Thankfully, simple books with powerful language can help!
With the help of "I Am Not Afraid To Fail", you and your child can work together to learn that failure is a normal and natural part of life.
Help the child in your life build the confidence to take chances and go for it without fear of failure.
Read the book and start this important conversation today!
"I Am Not Afraid To Fail" is the third book in the Persistence Project Series.
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The Persistence Project Series-Book One: I Am Not Afraid To Fail
-Book Two: I Won't Give Up-Book Three: You Can Face Your Fears
-Book Four: You Can Always Improve - Coming Fall 2020!
- ASIN : B07TLP45K6
- Publisher : Trendwood Press (26 June 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 7194 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
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- Print length : 37 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 275,088 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I love reading children's books, I won't lie! Books like these make me remember why I fell in love with reading.
Cady used to be afraid to fail and now she isn't! When she used to fail, she felt so sad, embarrassed and horrible. It made her want to stop taking chances and trying new things. One day, her Grandfather noticed something was off and decided to chat with her about it. He tells her that failures lead to success and actually explained why failure can be good (instead of the old, try try again!). There's some really funny pictures about famous people who failed, which the adults will understand and laugh at. Sometimes we fail, and sometimes we win!
The style is super cute - cartoon-y, soft, simple and white backgrounds. On top of that, the lesson is really valuable and is presented in a lovely way.
I'd definitely recommend this book to read to your youngings! I think 3-6 year olds would be the best age group to present this too. It's short enough to keep your attention too!
The fun nature of the book with bright colours and exciting title pages also make it worthwhile.