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Bundle of 4 Books

Can't choose just 1? Now's your chance to bundle 4 of The Be Books for 1 low price!

$39.99 - $67.99


Choose your favorite 4 from The Be Books collection

Regular price $39.99 USD
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Available for children newborn - 9 years young. An 8.5” by 8.5”, lightweight, softcover book that fits easily into your child’s backpack so they can share their new favorite book with a friend.


Available for children newborn - 9 years young. An 8.5” by 8.5” hardcover book. A book your children will enjoy for years and years and a treasure to have for the rest of your life and generations to come.

Fill your bookshelves with kindness, acceptance, and gratitude.

Why should we learn to be kind from a young age?

Kindness is one of the most important lessons that we can teach our children. Be kind to yourself. Be kind to others. Be kind to the earth. Be kind to your neighbors. Be kind to your classmates. Be kind to animals.

When you focus on kindness and treat others with kindness, it can’t help but grow. My book, “Love Grows Love” says it best, “Kindness grows kindness.”

When we have the conversations with our children, we are not assuming that they will be kind and inclusive to all, we are ensuring it. We are leading by example and talking about the important things that need to be talked about. Our children know that kindness is the only option.

Kind and respectful children become well-liked, happy, and successful adults.

Why should we learn to be accepting of all people from a young age?

Acceptance is a powerful thing. An important part of life is learning to accept who you are. When we can learn to love ourselves, we are able to love and accept others for who they are.

Teaching our children to be accepting of themselves is a major part of living a happy and healthy life. When we judge and criticize ourselves, we cannot help but turn that out into the world as well. But on the other hand, when we love and use kind words towards ourselves, it can only grow and become kindness and acceptance towards the world.

As human beings, we are all just looking to be accepted and loved. Instead of judging people, embrace them. Instead of looking at “different” as a bad thing, let us learn from each other and grow as a community.

An important thing to remind our children is that the world is diverse and colorful and beautiful because of all of those differences. After all, the world would be a boring place if we all looked and thought the same. Embrace diversity.

Why should we learn to be grateful from a young age?

I often like to say, “Let your attitude be gratitude.” When you feel grateful, you create more to be grateful for.

Teaching our children to find the good in every situation will help them to create a life that they enjoy living. When we wake up and focus on what we have vs. what we lack, we are setting our day up for success. Our brain likes to overthink and dwell so let’s let it overthink and dwell on the good.

Learning good habits and skills as a child will help create happy adults.