Encourage kids to practice self-love every day with Who I Am, an uplifting picture book collection of positive affirmations and companion to Susan Verde and Peter H. Reynolds’s New York Times bestselling I Am series.
When the unkind voice gets loud and I feel down, I can tell myself:
I am enough. In this world, I matter.
We all have rough days: tough times when we feel down and an unkind voice in our mind can make us feel disappointed in ourselves. But we can talk back to that unkind voice; we can find the voice that will lift us up instead. We can tell ourselves words that are positive, supportive, and true.
A celebration of self-love and owning all the things that make us special, Who I Am: Words I Tell Myself is a heartfelt collection of positive affirmations, helping us to affirm that we are human, we are enough, and we are deserving of all kinds of love—especially our own.
I Am Human
I Am Love
I Am One
I Am Me
I Am Peace
I Am Yoga
I Am Courage
About the authors
SUSAN VERDE est l’auteure de plusieurs albums illustrés, dont La princesse de l’eau claire, Le yoga c’est pour moi et bien d’autres. Suite à une carrière en enseignement au niveau primaire, Susan se lance maintenant dans le domaine de l’écriture et donne des cours de yoga aux enfants à New York.
SUSAN VERDE is the author of several picture books, including The Museum, You and Me, and Le yoga c’est pour moi. After spending a number of years working as an elementary school teacher, Susan now writes and teaches kids’ yoga in East Hampton, New York, where she lives with her three children.
"This inspiring book gently teaches kids to use positive affirmations to remember they’re actually terrific. A must-read that will remind all kids of just how great they are."
Other titles by Susan Verde
Other titles by Peter H. Reynolds
Tant qu’on a de l’amour… et un oreiller moelleux!
The Reflection in Me
All We Need Is Love and a Really Soft Pillow!
Quand ça ne tourne pas rond, change de direction
I Am Courage
A Book of Resilience
Stink: Superhero Superfan
When Things Aren’t Going Right, Go Left
I Am Me
A Book of Authenticity