I Think I am

I Think I am

Book rating: 05 Hardback

By (author) Louise L. Hay, Contributions by Kristina Tracy


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  • Publisher: Hay House Inc
  • Format: Hardback | 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 231mm x 236mm x 15mm | 340g
  • Publication date: 30 October 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Carlsbad
  • ISBN 10: 1401922082
  • ISBN 13: 9781401922085
  • Edition: 5
  • Edition statement: 5th ed.
  • Illustrations note: col. ill
  • Sales rank: 1,821

Product description

"Your thoughts create your life!" This is the message that Louise Hay has been teaching people throughout the world for more than 25 years. Now, children can learn and understand the powerful idea that they have control over their thoughts and words and in turn, what happens in their life. Within the pages of I Think, I Am! kids will find out about the difference between negative thoughts and positive affirmations, there are wonderful examples of kids turning 'negative' thoughts such as worry, anger and fear into positive words and actions that express joy, happiness and love. Fun, vibrant illustrations and simple text demonstrate how to make the change from negative thoughts and words to those that are positive. The happiness and confidence that come from this ability is something children will carry with them their entire lives.

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Author information

Louise L. Hay is a lecturer and teacher, and the bestselling author of 27 books, including You Can Heal Your Life which has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. Her books have been translated into 25 different languages and are available in 33 countries.Kristina Tracy is the former Director of Publicity at Hay House publishing. She is currently a stay at home Mother, caring for her 2 small children.

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By Melissa Brady 25 Sep 2012 5

Lovely book - Recommend!

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'Godmother of modern self help.' Anita Chaudhuri, Sunday Times Style