Sometimes I get the impression that everyone is feeling so sunshine and lollipops! I’m looking at you Blogging World! Especially now that the holidays are approaching. You ever read the book I like You? Everything about it is amazing, but this is my favorite part:
I like you because when I am feeling sad
You don’t always cheer me up right away
Sometimes it is better to be sad
You can’t stand the others being so googly and gaggly every single minute
You want to think about things
It takes time.
I remember this when I’m sad. Or when my kids are sad. Or my husband Rob. It’s interesting how we all get over it eventually. It’s different every time.
I found ten books that have characters that are sometimes sad, misunderstood, or lonely. I love seeing all the different ways they deal with their troubles. What do you think are the benefits from children reading these types of books? Is the timing of this post horrible? It’s Thanksgiving tomorrow! I know I know. I just couldn’t get this post off of my mind! Oh well! Here goes nothing!
Thanks Jordan for introducing me the book I Like You!