It’s Tough to Lose Your Balloon

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It’s Tough to Lose Your Balloon written and illustrated by Jarrett J. Krosoczka (2015)

Sometimes being a kid, can be tough. But teaching children to look at the bright side of a bad situation can help them learn resilience and optimism. Jarrett Krosoczka uses examples like a lost balloon which can float up to an airplane and make grandma smile when she see it, and a sandwich dropped on the beach can make a flock of seagulls very happy.

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Share this uplifting book with your little ones and see how their attitude improves over little scrapes and drippy ice-cream cones. Help them find something positive in an otherwise negative experience of their own.

Like the saying goes…1738455470c926ced24f36b1352c57a9

So let’s make some rainbows to brighten your day!

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