It's Good to be Me Boosting Self-esteem to Find Your Inner Hero by Louise Spilsbury, Alice Harman


It's Good to be Me Boosting Self-esteem to Find Your Inner Hero by Louise Spilsbury, Alice Harman

This book is about you. It's about feeling good about who you are. You're special. In fact, there is no one quite like you anywhere in the world! You have your own skills, talents and unique personality. Feeling good about yourself means knowing the things that make you special and accepting yourself for who you are - inside and out. That means accepting the bits you don't like about yourself, as well as the things you do. This book shows you how.

About the Author

The author, Louise Spilsbury, has written many books for children on a wide range of subjects.

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64 pages


Louise Spilsbury, Alice Harman
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Publication date

14th June 2012



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