Beautiful Oops

Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg
(2 – 6 years)

Unique in every respect, this book is full of pop-ups, lift-the-flaps, tears, holes, overlays, bends, and smudges, each demonstrating how blunders can become wonders. When you think you have made a mistake, think of it as an opportunity to make something beautiful!

After the Fall

After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again) by Dan Santat
(3 – 8 years)

Humpty Dumpty is, an avid bird watcher whose favorite place to be is high up on the city wall―that is, until after his famous fall. Now terrified of heights, Humpty can longer do many of the things he loves most. Will he summon the courage to face his fear?

Sometimes You Win--Sometimes You Learn

Sometimes You Win–Sometimes You Learn
by John C. Maxwell

Any setback, whether professional or personal, can be turned into a step forward when you possess the right tools to turn a loss into a gain.

What Do You Do With a Problem

What Do You Do With a Problem? by Kobi Yamada, illustrated by Mae Besom
(4 – 8 years)

A story for anyone who has ever had a problem that they wished would go away. It’s a story to inspire you to look closely at that problem and to find out why it’s here. Because you might discover something amazing about your problem… and yourself.

Failing Forward

Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes Into Stepping Stones for Success
by John C. Maxwell

Some people tend to achieve anything they want while others struggle. The difference between average and achieving is a person’s perception of and response to failure.

The Obstacle Is the Way

The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph by Ryan Holiday

The Obstacle is the Way has become a cult classic, beloved by men and women around the world who apply its wisdom to become more successful at whatever they do.

Fall Forward

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