Seven Children’s Books that Inspire Perseverance and Grit

If you have or work with children in any way, you are likely looking for ways to help them build solid character. One of the aspects of character that I long for my children to develop is grit and perseverance through difficult circumstances.

If you are wondering how to help your children develop these, check out this video:

Didn’t catch them all from the video? Here is the list one more time:

7 Children’s Books that Inspire Perseverance and Grit

  1. The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires

  2. Rosie Revere Engineer by Andrea Beaty

  3. Whistle for Willie by Ezra Jack Keats

  4. Brave Irene by William Steig

  5. Emmanuel’s Dream by Laurie Ann Thompson and Sean Qualls

  6. The Dance of the Violin by Kathy Stinson

  7. The Girl and the Bicycle by Mark Pett

Sip Life Slowly and Enjoy It

This blog is designed with you in mind. It is designed to help you revel in the life that you have, that by finding things to celebrate even in the difficult times, you will help those following your example to do the same as well.

Here on Sip Life Slowly and Enjoy It, you will find resources to help you embrace God with all you are, to engage in the relationships you care about with a fresh face erupting from a fresh heart- full and whole, celebrating the intricate good in your life.

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