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I'm Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem
I'm Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem
by Jamie Lee Curtis
Illustration by Laura Cornell

Celebrate liking yourself! Through alternating points of view, a girl's and a boy's, Jamie Lee Curtis's triumphant text and Laura Cornell's lively artwork show kids that the key to feeling good is liking yourself because you are you. I'm Gonna Like Me will have kids letting off some self-esteem in no time.

Age: 4 Year-olds | Title: I'm Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem  |  Author: Jamie Lee Curtis  |  Publisher: HarperCollins

Celebrate liking yourself! Through alternating points of view, a girl's and a boy's, Jamie Lee Curtis's triumphant text and Laura Cornell's lively artwork show kids that the key to feeling good is liking yourself because you are you. I'm Gonna Like Me will have kids letting off some self-esteem in no time.

Jamie Lee Curtis' I'm Gonna Like Me All focuses on the issue of self-esteem. The action of the book bounces back and forth between a boy and girl narrator. The story passes along an excellent message that you should like yourself because you're you. Even if you're not picked first for a team or you don't have all the answers, you are perfect just as you are.

The rhymes in the book are lively and bouncy and mesh well with Laura Cornell's typically exuberant illustrations. The story ends by asking the child: what are the things that they like about themselves? This will give your child the opportunity to think of the things that make them special and will help to build their self image.

My nephew Michael really enjoyed this book because it highlighted the bravery of going to school. When he first started school, he was nervous around the other children and worried about all the new things he might encounter. The story was a great comfort to him by encouraging him not to be scared and to be proud of who he is.

--Eve

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