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Publisher's Summary

In Making Grateful Kids, two of the leading authorities on gratitude among young people, Jeffrey J. Froh and Giacomo Bono, introduce their latest and most compelling research, announce groundbreaking findings, and share real-life stories from adults and youth to show parents, teachers, mentors, and kids themselves how to achieve greater life satisfaction through gratitude. Most importantly perhaps, they expand on this groundbreaking research to offer practical and effec­tive common-sense plans that can be used in day-to-day interactions between kids and adults to enhance success and wellbeing.
Their unique, scientifically-based approach for producing grateful youth works whether these kids are very young ele­mentary school students or troubled teenagers. After reading Making Grateful Kids, parents, teachers, and anyone who works with youth will be able to connect more mean­ingfully with kids so that all parties can focus on the things that matter most and, in turn, create a more cooperative and thriving society.
©2014 Jeffrey J. Froh and Giacomo Bono (P)2014 Redwood Audiobooks
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"Parents, educators, students, and practitioners will benefit greatly from this book." (William Damon, professor of education, Stanford University, director, Stanford Center on Adolescence)
"All readers will be grateful for this timely and important book." (Richard M. Lerner, PhD, director, Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development, Tufts University)
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