A Little Time and a Keyboard: Think Positive For Kids {An Uplifting Edition of Chicken Soup for the Soul for Kids}

Think Positive For Kids {An Uplifting Edition of Chicken Soup for the Soul for Kids}

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Recently, I read had the opportunity to read Think Positive for Kids, part of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. I was particularly interested by this volume because it is directed towards children rather than adults as is customary with this series. When you think about it, a volume for children is a great fit for Chicken Soup for the Soul. The series is known for short, snappy stories that teach us something about life and ourselves. These stories each encompass a short pep talk for kids {and adults} of any age!

My daughter is growing by leaps and bounds, both physically and mentally. So, I know that there will be a lot of questions about life, fitting in and becoming part of the world to help my daughter answer in the near future. While reading Think Positive for Kids, I was transported back to a time when I was sorting out many of these things myself. I guess, in a way, I am still sorting some of these things out and always will be! This volume contains a
poignant collection of stories about children navigating the twist and turns of life. From facing the choice between right versus wrong to learning how to assimilate when thrown into a new situation to standing up against the odds to working hard to stopping to smell the roses, the authors lend their life lessons to another generation. This volume is perfect to inspire our budding future leaders. As a child, it can be so easy to feel alone. But, Think Positive for Kids really shows that none of us are truly alone in our experiences and others have gone through what we are going through. The overall message is one we can all learn from--positive thought can change our lives!

Think Positive for Kids would be a nice read for those preteens discovering who they are. However, the messages also resonate with all of us. Plus, the volume has selections from Kevin Sorbo and Bruce Campbell. Who can skip those? Another delightful read by Chicken Soup for the Soul!

**Disclosure: As a member of Chicken Soup for the Soul's Blogger Network, we received a complimentary copy of this volume. All opinions are 100% our own.

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