Look out Stephen Covey. Your son is looking to put you out of business!
Written by Sean Covey, illustrated by Stacy Curtis, The 7 Habits of Happy Kids, teaches children to incorporate life’s timeless principles BEFORE developing habits that the rest of us must eventually learn to unlearn.
As the senior Covey reminds us, outward greatness is secondary. Primary greatness is character.
This book is divided into 7 easily digestible short stories. I recommend one at a time so that each message has a chance to fully brainwash, er, I mean absorb into, your child’s sponge-like noggin.
Each story guides kids in the same character building principles of Stephen Covey’s best seller, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, such as responsibility, respect, and teamwork.
Even more impressive are the parent and teacher guides at the end. They include discussion questions for you and your child, and even action steps that will help kids incorporate these principles into their daily lives!
Thank you, Sean Covey. Where WERE you when I was growing up? Oh yeah, probably practicing how to be a happy kid!
Find The 7 Habits of Happy Kids plus activities for parents, teachers, and kids at Sean Covey’s website http://www.seancovey.com/books_7kids.html.
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