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Gratitude Soup

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Olivia Rosewood

Violet the Purple Fairy learns how to make Gratitude Soup by thinking of all the things, people, places, and experiences that she is grateful for, putting them in an imaginary soup pot. She is able to shrink her pot of soup with her imagination, and … see full wiki

Author: Olivia Rosewood
Publisher: CreateSpace
1 review about Gratitude Soup

A Quick Tip by lyssachttr

  • Sep 16, 2010
This is an absolutely wonderful book for children, which most adults could actually benefit from as well! The whimsical illustrations are so special and unique, and it teaches the lesson of gratitude in a very age-appropriate way that's easy for young children to relate to (I'd recommend for ages 4-8, particularly). The cutouts of the little pots, which children may "carry" their gratitude soup in, are precious -- as is the phrasing, such as the main character having caught a case of the "gimme gimme want wants," which inspires her to reflect on all she has to be grateful for. Love it! My only wish is that there were a version for boys to identify with (Violet the purple fairy is pretty girly ; )
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September 17, 2010
Always on the lookout for books for my little granddaughters. This sounds just right. Thanks!
September 17, 2010
I think they'll love it... it's just precious! Enjoy : )
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