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The Power in Words: An Empowering Guide to Speaking With Purpose

The Power in Words: An Empowering Guide to Speaking With Purpose - Meaghan Axel

The Power in Words: An Empowering Guide to Speaking With Purpose


Want to make someone's day, but aren't sure what to say?


Kindness is the best choice-use the power of your voice


Your words have the power to change the world. Learn how to create more beauty, love, and peace in your life with this delightful book encouraging mindful language.


Teach your child that their voice matters.

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative.

The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others.


Your child's confidence and self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others.

Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or I am statements.

Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

The Power in Words supports the emotional well-being of children and will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? By Carol McCloud, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.

Additional content includes: suggestions for kind words to share with others, positive affirmations, and child/caregiver discussion starters.


Parents and educators, find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.


The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.


Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.
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Want to make someone's day, but aren't sure what to say?


Kindness is the best choice-use the power of your voice


Your words have the power to change the world. Learn how to create more beauty, love, and peace in your life with this delightful book encouraging mindful language.


Teach your child that their voice matters.

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative.

The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others.


Your child's confidence and self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others.

Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or I am statements.

Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

The Power in Words supports the emotional well-being of children and will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? By Carol McCloud, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.

Additional content includes: suggestions for kind words to share with others, positive affirmations, and child/caregiver discussion starters.


Parents and educators, find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.


The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.


Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Words matter--we can use them to lift others up or break them down.

Do you want your child to discover the powerful impact of their words?

Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Children will be inspired to use their voices to create more beauty, love, and peace in their lives.


"If we all put in effort to be a bit kinder,

our actions will spread and become a reminder,

that our words have the power to make someone's day.

We can lift others up with the words that we say "


Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness.

Your child's self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or "I am" statements.


Written by an elementary school librarian to support the emotional well-being of young readers, The Power in Words will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like: I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud, Speak Up by Miranda Paul, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden.


  • Additional content includes: Kindness for Others, Affirmations, and Child & Caregiver Discussion Starters.
  • Parents and educators: find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com.
  • The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th.
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