Make learning and understanding feelings fun with 4 guided starter activities, easy-to-identify emojis, and 6 different snap-in-place emotion slides. Mirror is made from shatterproof glass to ensure safety.
by Jordan Gillman and Michael Tyler
"A first of its kind book which teaches children that the truth of who they are can only be seen when looking at the mirror in their hearts."
Childhood can be a challenging course for anyone to navigate. No matter how excellent your guidance may be from loving parents and well-intentioned teachers, there is seldom an easy and straight path to self-love. This was also true for me.
Growing up, I oftentimes found myself in front of a mirror, staring at an image reflecting the doubts and concerns I had about what other people thought and would think about me. Well into adolescence, I continued this daily ritual of mirror gazing, hoping to see a face that would reflect a celebration of who I was looking at, rather than an ongoing concern about what other people saw. This continued on into my early adulthood...