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Many children suffer from lack of self-confidence, self-doubt and low self-esteem. They might have a problem in school/pre-school or any other social activity to win friends or to be noticed an accepted as "One of the group". As a young child, I was very quiet and introverted. I had no confidence in myself, neither about the way I looked, nor how I spoke, or how to make cont Many children suffer from lack of self-confidence, self-doubt and low self-esteem. They might have a problem in school/pre-school or any other social activity to win friends or to be noticed an accepted as "One of the group". As a young child, I was very quiet and introverted. I had no confidence in myself, neither about the way I looked, nor how I spoke, or how to make contact and interact with other children. As in my other books, I wrote this book from a real desire to help children: How to improve their self-confidence * How to boost self-esteem * How to overcome fear and self-doubt * How to believe in themselves * How to think positively * How to overcome obstacles * How to face rejection - no one is perfect * How to conquer their fears * How to be strong, brimming with courage and fortitude This is a touching and funny story, about a young child that discovers that he has a birthmark on his hand. He learns how to deal with it right up to the surprising end. A great deal of time and effort was invested in the illustrations of this book, as well as the idea behind the story, and binding it all together into a lovely children's story with great values. If you would like that your child not miss out on opportunities in life because of his/her lack self-confidence; whether it be public speaking; taking on leadership roles, or asking someone for a date; then we should teach them the lessons of how to face the challenges and situations they may not be equipped to handle, while they are still young, and before it is too late. Self-esteem determines how successful they will become. Low self-esteem and confidence can affect even the most powerful men and women, no matter how smart, educated or "attractive" they are.


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Many children suffer from lack of self-confidence, self-doubt and low self-esteem. They might have a problem in school/pre-school or any other social activity to win friends or to be noticed an accepted as "One of the group". As a young child, I was very quiet and introverted. I had no confidence in myself, neither about the way I looked, nor how I spoke, or how to make cont Many children suffer from lack of self-confidence, self-doubt and low self-esteem. They might have a problem in school/pre-school or any other social activity to win friends or to be noticed an accepted as "One of the group". As a young child, I was very quiet and introverted. I had no confidence in myself, neither about the way I looked, nor how I spoke, or how to make contact and interact with other children. As in my other books, I wrote this book from a real desire to help children: How to improve their self-confidence * How to boost self-esteem * How to overcome fear and self-doubt * How to believe in themselves * How to think positively * How to overcome obstacles * How to face rejection - no one is perfect * How to conquer their fears * How to be strong, brimming with courage and fortitude This is a touching and funny story, about a young child that discovers that he has a birthmark on his hand. He learns how to deal with it right up to the surprising end. A great deal of time and effort was invested in the illustrations of this book, as well as the idea behind the story, and binding it all together into a lovely children's story with great values. If you would like that your child not miss out on opportunities in life because of his/her lack self-confidence; whether it be public speaking; taking on leadership roles, or asking someone for a date; then we should teach them the lessons of how to face the challenges and situations they may not be equipped to handle, while they are still young, and before it is too late. Self-esteem determines how successful they will become. Low self-esteem and confidence can affect even the most powerful men and women, no matter how smart, educated or "attractive" they are.

30 review for Children's Book: "Just The Way I Am" (How to Build Self Confidence & Self-Esteem in children's books for ages 2-8) (Interpersonal Skills for Leadership in Kids Collection)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Wendi Olive

    Teaching Acceptance Early! In this book,"Just The Way I Am", the author speaks age approximately to the readers of this book. It addresses that while you might try to hide things about yourself, the truth is that we are all born uniquely and precious. As a Kindergarten Teacher myself, I would recommend this book to any prekindergarten or Kindergarten classroom Teaching Acceptance Early! In this book,"Just The Way I Am", the author speaks age approximately to the readers of this book. It addresses that while you might try to hide things about yourself, the truth is that we are all born uniquely and precious. As a Kindergarten Teacher myself, I would recommend this book to any prekindergarten or Kindergarten classroom

  2. 5 out of 5

    Karen Riley

    Good story My nephew has one to. He was happy with the book and loved the outcome of the book. It was a really good story for children.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Parent

    Nice rhyme and rhythm​ I really did enjoy reading this to my kids, the only hiccup was near the end. The book's message is quite nice, but I skipped the references to God. Nice rhyme and rhythm​ I really did enjoy reading this to my kids, the only hiccup was near the end. The book's message is quite nice, but I skipped the references to God.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Xenomorph

    Surprise, jesus stuff! We tend to pick bedtime stories quickly and may not always read all the reviews past the title, photo, and initial description. It would be convenient if religious books were clearly labeled upfront so that we could avoid them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    Andrew is a young preschooler who tries to be very responsible. One night while washing his face and brushing his teeth, he notices a stain on his arm. Andrew becomes agitated over what his friends at school might think so he places a sticker on it to hide it. Of course the next night the sticker washes off and the stain reappears. Andrew comes up with two other solutions to hide it, which don't work either. Finally, he turns to his mother with the problem. She explains that both he and his fath Andrew is a young preschooler who tries to be very responsible. One night while washing his face and brushing his teeth, he notices a stain on his arm. Andrew becomes agitated over what his friends at school might think so he places a sticker on it to hide it. Of course the next night the sticker washes off and the stain reappears. Andrew comes up with two other solutions to hide it, which don't work either. Finally, he turns to his mother with the problem. She explains that both he and his father have birthmarks, which God has given them as a sign of uniqueness. These do not diminish their worth in any way. Andrew is reassured that being different is no cause for despair. I love the way the author creates a spirit of independence and self-reliance in Andrew. He turns to his mother only when he has tried hard to solve the problem himself. This story is written in verse which flows fairly well, and the illustrations are soft and charming. My only disappointment is that more cultural diversity might have been shown in the illustrations of classmates at school. Parents and educators should note that the book clearly has a Christian focus in saying that God has marked Andrew in a special way. However, this book surely encourages children to avoid peer pressure and express joy in their own uniqueness. As such, the book can be used as a teaching model.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Stuart Urquhart

    Just The Way I Am (Idan Hadari 2013) is suitable for ages from 3 to 8. It tells the charming story of Andrew, a pre-schooler, who notices a stain on his arm whilst washing. Not knowing that it is simply a birth mark he embarks on various attempts to hide it until his mother explains all. Idan Hadari has managed an excellent marriage of the visual and the written. The story can be followed through the illustrations by the very young and phonetically through the rhyme by older children. The bright Just The Way I Am (Idan Hadari 2013) is suitable for ages from 3 to 8. It tells the charming story of Andrew, a pre-schooler, who notices a stain on his arm whilst washing. Not knowing that it is simply a birth mark he embarks on various attempts to hide it until his mother explains all. Idan Hadari has managed an excellent marriage of the visual and the written. The story can be followed through the illustrations by the very young and phonetically through the rhyme by older children. The bright colours used in many children’s book illustrations are sometimes overlooked when reviewing a book. Adult reviewers tend to focus on message and language but children are much more flexible, taking in quite complicated visual images and marrying them to the words they hear or read. This book can be comfortably incorporated into the Primary classroom with its message on the egocentricity of the very young and the simple resolution of difference. I liked this book but it just missed the top rating due to its unnecessary God/faith references in the final pages.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angela Lambkin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I felt that Idan did a great job writing this book! the creativity and pictures were great! It even had some suspense to it but yet not enough I don't think to keep,the child(-ren) awake if this were to be read to at bedtime. The only suggestion I would have is that the type setting so that it would be a bit larger so that the child could eventually be more apt to be able to read it when they were able to do so. Like when the were in the first grade perhaps,yes? I recommend this book for parents I felt that Idan did a great job writing this book! the creativity and pictures were great! It even had some suspense to it but yet not enough I don't think to keep,the child(-ren) awake if this were to be read to at bedtime. The only suggestion I would have is that the type setting so that it would be a bit larger so that the child could eventually be more apt to be able to read it when they were able to do so. Like when the were in the first grade perhaps,yes? I recommend this book for parents or relatives, or guardians to read to very young children and for the child to read when he or she is capable of doing so on their own or with the grown ups help as needed. This book I think would give a child some self-confidence and encouragement that this boy had from his parents,too. This book was given to me free in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Idan for allowing me t be able to read it and then to be able too,do this for you and for others who may be looking for this such book! By Angela L.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Wanda Hartzenberg

    I loved this story. When a child learns that he can and should accept himself for the way he is blemishes, stains and all, you know that said child will grow up to become a good stable human being. This book is very well written to bring the above mentioned point to a child. You are loved just the way you are. WaAr

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Lynne Engel

    Nice story about physical imperfection. I thought the story was about self insecurity. It is about a preschool child who notices for the first time in his life that he has a birth mark. Odd no one made reference to it before he was that old ! Odd indeed.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Jordan Webb

    Good Read This book has great rhyming and story line. The child independently tries to fix his problem before getting help. And there are multle attempts so you can prompt children often.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Loveless Jenny

    This book is very cute. The rhyming flows really well and the illustrations are beautiful. I highly recommend this book to any parent for their kids. I read it to my 5 year old daughter and she loved it. Great book about loving who you are and accepting what you look like for what it is. Loved it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alyson Turner

    Nice. I read the whole thing to my one and a half year old. He loved it!. I loved the pictures,and the story telling children that it's ok to be different. Thank you..God Bless Nice. I read the whole thing to my one and a half year old. He loved it!. I loved the pictures,and the story telling children that it's ok to be different. Thank you..God Bless

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jana Masters

    Very good I thought this was a great book on excepting yourself for who you are. It was a very sweet story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    April Christensen

    Beautiful story reminding us that God made us special and loves us just the way we are! loved the message it teaches

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shobit Joshi

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kortney Cakes

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Williams

  18. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Saunders

  19. 5 out of 5

    Liz Brooks

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rachanda

  21. 4 out of 5

    Francois

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gurkan Suzer

  23. 4 out of 5

    Leah Price

  24. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Helbig

  25. 5 out of 5

    Leona brun

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mike

  27. 5 out of 5

    Deep

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chanda Curry

  29. 5 out of 5

    Khandiee

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sreelu

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