A Smile a Day: A Child's Daily Journal

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 372 pages
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"A Smile a Day" is a journal for children and adults to work on together. It provides a wonderful way to take a moment to reflect on the highlights of your child's day, to bond with your child, and to make you smile! This daily journal was created with the hearts of young children in mind. As parents we know how tender and giving the heart of a child can be. Children love to give and love to make people smile. "A Smile a Day" offers a way to celebrate your child's generous heart and to reinforce how rewarding it is to help and care for others; you'll hear about the good parts of your child's day and praise the good he or she does for others. Most importantly, your child will learn to pray for others. Discover a new way to bond with your child, and learn things about him or her that you otherwise may not have known. Down the road, when your child is grown, "A Smile a Day" will be a special keepsake in which you will be able to read about your child's daily experiences in his or her own words, and remember special times shared together.

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Jenna Iversongrew up on a farm in rural Sheldon, North Dakota. Some of her best childhood memories are of times spent with her mother, who read to her often. She now lives in rural Sisseton, South Dakota, with her husband and three children. She enjoys spending quality time with her children.

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