Give a gift of joy and gratitude! Thankful for You is a personalized book and gratitude book full of thankful poems. With cute dog photos, this personalized book expresses gratitude for the child (given the name of your choice), including their day of birth. In addition, this gratitude book repeats the affirmation “I am thankful,” expressing appreciation for the joys and wonders in the world.
Not only do kids benefit from gratitude books and thankful poems, but adults do, too. In fact, everyone reaps rewards from an attitude of gratitude. Specifically, studies show that a gratitude book can improve mental and physical health. Furthermore, thankful poems – read right before bed – can help improve sleep. With this in mind, our gratitude book makes a great personalized book and gift for kids. Before you buy, you may read and view our gratitude book below.
View the Gratitude Book Below
If you purchase Thankful for You, the name “SOPHIA” will become the name of your choice. In addition, the appearance of text and colors on your screen may vary slightly from the printed book. (“Copyrighted Material” does not appear in the printed book.)
Gratitude Book with Thankful Poems
- Child’s name on Cover, Title Page, Dedication Page, and throughout as the Star of the Story
- Book Measures 8-1/2″ by 8-1/2″
- Cover: Glossy Soft Cover
- Book Pages: 30 story pages
Personalized Book with Thankful Poems
Why give a gratitude book to a child? Because thankful poems have many benefits!
First of all, gratitude can improve the adult/child relationship (and all relationships!). If we say “thank you” to a child, then that child feels noticed and appreciated — and vice versa. In addition, studies show that gratitude increases empathy and decreases aggression. With this in mind, thankful poems can improve children’s social and emotional intelligence.
Secondly, thankful poems can improve self-esteem. If children feel grateful for what they have, then they are less likely to compare themselves negatively with others. Gratitude can make us all feel worthy and bountiful.
Thirdly, thankful poems can improve well-being. If children feel grateful, then they have less room for negative emotions. In fact, studies show that gratitude increases happiness and reduces depression. Therefore, if children feel happier (and less depressed), they are more likely to take care of themselves.
But you don’t have to take our word for it. In order to learn more about gratitude, check out the following links.