Love, Families and Self

From a development perspective, learning about relationships can help children develop important social skills, such as communication, problem-solving, and conflict resolution. This can help them build stronger relationships with their peers, family members, and other important people in their lives.

Socially, children who learn about different types of families are more likely to develop acceptance and understanding for families that may be different from their own, garnering friendships with people from all walks of life and become more accepting of others. By introducing children to books that feature diverse families, we can help them see themselves and their families represented in literature, giving them a sense of pride and self-worth.

Teaching the concept of self-love, confidence and resilience to children is important because it helps them develop a positive self-image and a healthy sense of self-worth, and builds resilience and self-confidence. Additionally, when children learn to love themselves, they are more likely to grow into happy, healthy and well-adjusted adults and treat others with kindness and respect.

We have a beautiful range of books celebrating love of self and families in all of their forms.