WEFOUNDChildren's Book : "Little Bee" (Illustrated Picture Book for Ages 3-8), Let Children Make Their Own Story (Fantasy Imagination)


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There are SO many fantastic picture books to help children out there, but sometimes it’s not easy to find the one YOU need for your child’s situation. Our lovely team endlessly searches, assesses and reviews picture books on milestones such as starting school , potty training , moving house , or a new baby in the house . We have sourced hundreds of books on really challenging situations ( divorce , serious illness , operations and bereavement to name a few). We have books to encourage children to behave well, explore their feelings and develop positive traits such as empathy, determination, courage and kindness.

A challenging experience can make a young child feel as if they are in emotional free fall. As a parent, you can’t stop them falling, but you can offer them a softer landing:
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There are SO many fantastic picture books to help children out there, but sometimes it’s not easy to find the one YOU need for your child’s situation. Our lovely team endlessly searches, assesses and reviews picture books on milestones such as starting school , potty training , moving house , or a new baby in the house . We have sourced hundreds of books on really challenging situations ( divorce , serious illness , operations and bereavement to name a few). We have books to encourage children to behave well, explore their feelings and develop positive traits such as empathy, determination, courage and kindness.

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The Little Engine That Could is an illustrated children's book that became widely known in the United States after publication in 1930 by Platt & Munk . The story is used to teach children the value of optimism and hard work. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children". [1]

The story's signature phrases such as "I think I can" first occurred in print in a 1902 article in a Swedish journal. [2] An early published version of the story, " Story of the Engine That Thought It Could ", appeared in the New-York Tribune on April 8, 1906, as part of a sermon by the Rev. Charles S. Wing. [2]

A brief version of the tale appeared under the title Thinking One Can in 1906, in Wellspring for Young People , a Sunday school publication. [2] This version reappeared in a 1910 book, Foundation Stones of Success . [2]

An educational chapbook for children published in 1702, London. It 'set[s] down, in a plain and pleasant way, Directions for Spelling'.

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There are SO many fantastic picture books to help children out there, but sometimes it’s not easy to find the one YOU need for your child’s situation. Our lovely team endlessly searches, assesses and reviews picture books on milestones such as starting school , potty training , moving house , or a new baby in the house . We have sourced hundreds of books on really challenging situations ( divorce , serious illness , operations and bereavement to name a few). We have books to encourage children to behave well, explore their feelings and develop positive traits such as empathy, determination, courage and kindness.

A challenging experience can make a young child feel as if they are in emotional free fall. As a parent, you can’t stop them falling, but you can offer them a softer landing:
a Parachute Book .
Find out more

We tirelessly search for picture books that help children so you don’t have to . Subscribe and we’ll let you know when we find new ones

The Little Engine That Could is an illustrated children's book that became widely known in the United States after publication in 1930 by Platt & Munk . The story is used to teach children the value of optimism and hard work. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children". [1]

The story's signature phrases such as "I think I can" first occurred in print in a 1902 article in a Swedish journal. [2] An early published version of the story, " Story of the Engine That Thought It Could ", appeared in the New-York Tribune on April 8, 1906, as part of a sermon by the Rev. Charles S. Wing. [2]

A brief version of the tale appeared under the title Thinking One Can in 1906, in Wellspring for Young People , a Sunday school publication. [2] This version reappeared in a 1910 book, Foundation Stones of Success . [2]


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