Having a pet dragon is very fun. You can teach your dragon to sit, stand, roll over, and you can even potty train him... But what if your dragon is not responsible? What if he always says "It's Not My Fault!", and puts the blame on others for his mistakes? What do you do? You teach him that mistakes are not bad, as long as he learns from it. You teach him to own his mistake, learn from them, and take responsibility.
Having a pet dragon is very fun. You can teach your dragon to sit, stand, roll over, and you can even potty train him... But what if your dragon is worried about so many things? He worries about the past, and about the future.... What do you do? You teach him about mindfulness - You teach him to be mindful!
The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses is meant to demonstrate various forms of learning, creativity, and intelligence. Each book introduces a realistic example of triumph over difficulty in a positive, humorous way that readers of all ages will enjoy! David gets scolded a lot by his teacher, Mrs. Gorski, for not paying attention in class. He wants to pay attention but it is just so hard when an exciting idea pops into his head. And he usually can't tell that he's making a mistake until after he makes them. But after a particularly big mistake, David comes up with his own plan to tone down his wiggle fidgets.
Ten-year-old Haris is convinced he’ll never be able to ride his bike straight. But when he dreams of a wise woman telling him about gifts that will help him, he feels certain this is the answer to his problem. And when he and his pals go exploring in the woods, they find three doors suspended in the trees that lead to magical lands. Eager to explore them, Haris and his friends go through one at a time. And each realm grants them knowledge of so much more than how to balance a bicycle… Will Haris and the boys emerge stronger and smarter than before? Now I Know How! is a unique book aimed at helping kids eight to twelve find their own way of turning negatives into positives. Using a specially developed dyslexia-friendly font to reduce reading challenges, young readers will also improve their comprehension while discovering the lifelong power of positivity.