Children don’t like hearing “no” when they ask for something, but it is a normal part of life. Many children whine, pout and get angry when they don’t get their way. These negative actions can have a significant impact on a family’s well-being. Lovingly teaching children how to accept “no” answers is a vital part of creating happiness in the home. Once a child understands how to appropriately accept “no” answers, they become more confident, less anxious, more connected to family and much happier.
Nicholeen Peck, author of “Parenting: A House United,” has made teaching children self-government easier than ever before with this delightful tale of a boy who learns to accept “no” answers, and, by doing so, makes his own happiness plan.
Illustrated by Becky Fawson Written by Nicholeen Peck
Full Color Illustrations
Fun, Rhyming Story
Great Lessons to Learn