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Being you: Poems of positivity to support kids’ emotional wellbeing

Daniel Thompson, Collins Kids, Julia Murray

Being you: Poems of positivity to support kids’ emotional wellbeing

Subjects

  • Poetry - rhyme, rhythm and rap

Average rating

5 out 5

10 reviews

Powerful poems for positive thinking! 2023 City Kids Green Awards Winner This collection of 50 poems will inspire confidence and courage, help children to overcome worries and spread kindness. Beautifully illustrated, it is filled with poems for children to read alone or enjoy with the whole family. With themes of friendship, self-belief, embracing change and celebrating people’s differences, it’s the perfect gift book for children to treasure. From poet, Daniel Thompson, author of Big Thoughts for Little Thinkers.

Reviews

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It's all about you having two sides a fun and a safe side

Anonymous 28.08.2023

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This collection of powerful poems in this, symbolises in positive thinking (optimistic) With themes of friendship, self-belief, embracing change and celebrating people’s differences.It’s truly one of a kind.it’s a perfect gift book for children to treasure

Anonymous 26.08.2023

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My favourite poem is about expressing you feelings I really liked it

Doctor Tuesday Jumpsuit 17.08.2023

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it was great it just wasn't for me

Fairy Flopsy Partridge 13.08.2023

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I learnt to always be you

Officer Pansy Peanut-butter 04.08.2023

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Lovely positive poems, which my granny and I enjoy

Commander Hank Paddington 03.08.2023

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Great books I learnt that you should be a great friend

Princess Angel Squirrel 01.08.2023

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uplifting and wonderful, stayed with me

Anonymous 23.06.2023

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