We're All Wonders

We’re All Wonders
by R. J. Palacio (3 – 8 years)

Over 15 million people have fallen in love with Wonder and have joined the movement to Choose Kind. Now younger readers can meet Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face, and his beloved dog, Daisy.

True You

True You: Authentic Strengths for Kids by Fatima Doman (5 – 10 years)

Consider the profound impact a child receives once they know what their best qualities are. Developing an awareness of these strengths helps children to focus on “what’s strong” instead of “what’s wrong.” True You! Authentic Strengths for Kids opens up a vital pathway to engagement―at school, in relationships and in life, helping children bring out the best in themselves!

The True Measure of a Man

The True Measure of a Man: How Perception of Success, Achievement & Recognition Fail Men in Difficult Times by Richard E Simmons III

Men who don’t read many books read this one and want to get it into the hands of others. Why? Because Richard Simmons gets it. He understands and identifies the ultimate issue all men face regardless of age, race, or marital status. This book could change your life… and perhaps the lives of those closest to you.

Be Who You Are

Be Who You Are
by Todd Parr (4 – 8 years)

With his signature silly and accessible style, Todd Parr encourages readers to embrace all their unique qualities.


Authentic: How to be Yourself and Why It Matters
by Stephen Joseph

A fresh and inspiring perspective on the psychology of authenticity. Drawing on the wisdom of existential philosophers, the insights and research of psychologists, and case studies from his own and others’ clinical experiences, Joseph shows how authenticity is the foundation of human flourishing—as well as how the ideas relate to debates about the importance of happiness.

The Art of Authenticity

The Art of Authenticity: Tools to Become an Authentic Leader and Your Best Self
by Karissa Thacker

All people bring different sides of themselves to various situations. The Art of Authenticity shows how to broaden and deepen your effectiveness by replacing habitual reactions with authentic responses. Our personal truth models good behavior and effective decision-making―and this authenticity is contagious.

How Authentic Behaviors Builds Trust

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