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Kiko goes on a camping trip with her class and learns about gratitude
Throughout the trip, Kiko discovers different things she appreciates about her family, friends, and opportunities. This story is based on the "theory of mind," which is the ability to take the perspective of others and recognize that each person has their own thoughts, feelings, and perspectives. Growing gratitude leads to greater happiness and stronger interpersonal relationships. Also included is a Reader's Note that provides contextual advice, healthy-mind tips, and more ways for growing gratitude in kids. Grow Grateful is a fun story about gratitude that is also an ideal read alongside Curious George Goes Camping by Margret Rey and H. A. Rey, Llama Llama Loves Camping by Anna Dewdney, Pete the Cat Goes Camping by James Dean and Kimberly Dean, Goodnight, Campsite by Loretta Sponsler and Olga Shevchenko, and the Exploring Nature Activity Book for Kids: 50 Creative Projects to Spark Curiosity in the Outdoors by Kim Andrews. GROW READERS with the acclaimed Grow series of books Grow Kind, Grow Grateful, and Grow Happy.
About the Author
Sage Foster-Lasser is an undergraduate student at the University of Texas at Austin, where she studies psychology and American studies. Grow Grateful is a follow-up to Grow Happy, her first children's book which she also co-authored with Jon Lasser. Jon Lasser, PhD, is a psychologist, school psychologist, professor, and associate dean for research in the College of Education at Texas State University. Grow Grateful is a follow up to his first children's book, Grow Happy, also written with Sage Foster-Lasser. Jon Lasser resides in Martindale, Texas. Follow him on Twitter: @JonLasser. Christopher Lyles has illustrated numerous books for children, including When You Look Out the Window, Grow Happy and Grow Grateful. Inspired by vintage graphics and antique surfaces, he uses collage and mixed media applications to create his art. He lives in Simsbury, CT. Visit him at chrislyles.tumblr.com and follow him on Facebook: @LylesDesigns, Twitter: @ChrisLyles, and Instagram: @ChrisLyles.