Resilience Can Be Learned

According to the dictionary, “Resilience” is the capacity to recover from difficulties; toughness. Resilience is the ability to spring back into shape, elasticity. Resilience is an important skill because all of us will run into challenges, make mistakes, experience overwhelming difficulties in our lives. Resilience can protect us from developing mental health difficulties when we face tough situations. Resilient kids are prepared for life’s challenges. When they encounter a difficult problem, they solve it instead of giving up. When they make mistakes they grow and learn from them. You can make sure your kids learn from life’s challenges. You can teach them resilience through children’s books. The following are some children’s books for kids aged 1 – 12 and older:
The Little Engine that Could by W. Piper;
Five Cents And A Dream: Young Booker T. Washington by Jabari Asia & Bryan Collier;
She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World by Chelsea Clinton and Alexandra Borger;
Home of the Brave by Katherine Applegate;
You Are Awesome by Matthew Syed;
Harry Potter Paperback Box Set by J.K.Rowling & Mary Grand Pre;
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba;
Hatchet by Harry Paulson;
Every Fallng Star by Sungju Lee and Susan Elizabeth McClelland;

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