A delightful but powerful story that offers children lifelong lessons about believing in themselves, bolstering their self-esteem, and turning the words "I Can't" into "I Can!"
Molly has been chosen to be the next Star of the Day! Most kids would be excited. Molly, however, is terrified! She just can't speak in front of her class. She worries all day. She frets all night. "I can't . . . I can't," Molly convinces herself. Or can she?
I Can Believe in Myself is a book that challenges children to change the way they think. Other themes in this book include compassion, confidence, and self-esteem as Molly convinces her classmates--and even her teacher--that they can, indeed, change their perceptions and do things they never thought possible.
Miriam Laundry is a sought-after speaker at schools nationwide. She is the coauthor, with Jack Canfield, of The Big, Bad Bully, and the author of I CAN Believe in Myself, I CAN Make a Difference, and I CAN Be Me. On an average year, she visits 100 schools speaking to 50,000 children. She set a Guinness World Record on May 7, 2014, for the largest online book discussion in a 24-hour period. More than 100,000 children and adults participated in this record with the purpose of promoting positive mental health. Her books have also received numerous book awards including a Mom's Choice Award and a Readers Favorite International Award. Miriam was also awarded the 2014 Winspiration Award.