From the rescue dog inspirations on the cover, to the custom designed kid-friendly pages, this expert recommended journal helps children understand the real meaning of gratitude through guided discovery of things to be grateful for in their lives. This 110-page journal helps kids intentionally think, write, and draw about what's good in their days.
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“What’s Good? Gratitude Journal for Kids"primes the memory of children for good experiences and invites them to feel worthy and thankful for the good for which they are gifted. The practice of gratitude has imperative implications for the development of self-compassion and care for others in the face of early difficult life experiences.”
Dr. James H. Cones III, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Oxford, University
Beverly Harris offers a tangible tool for leveraging the rich plasticity of the child and adolescent mind by brokering and documenting these invaluable exchanges. As a behavioral scientist, mental health clinician, and mother of three little humans, Harris' The What's Good? Gratitude Journal for Kids is my go-to for cultivating the healthy, resilient, and gracious adults our society needs.” Dr. Sundania J. W. Wonnum, PhD, LCSW