Tomorrow I'll Be Brave + Tomorrow I'll Be Kind Picture Book Duo
Journey through the beautifully hand-lettered messages by award-winning illustrator Jessica Hische. These uplifting and positive books - now New York Times bestsellers - encourage kids to promise that tomorrow they will try new things, do their best, and always be brave and kind.
Tomorrow I'll Be Brave
Journey through a world filled with positive and beautifully hand-lettered words of wisdom, inspiration, and motivation. As this book reminds readers, tomorrow is another day, full of endless opportunities--all you have to do is decide to make the day yours.
Both of my children loved this book. Literally from cover to cover, they were engaged in the dialogue and illustrations. With true-life lessons on every page, this story really supported the growth mindset I am trying to instill in my children. But most eloquently stated by my son, Tyler (8), "Mom, this book helps us to be brave and confident because that is what we need when we get older." And my daughter, Charlotte (7), "It tells us that we can do things even if we think we can't." This book was spot on for my children's age group. My son had studied the life cycle of a butterfly and was thrilled to see it drawn out beautifully in the book. It encouraged us to continue discussing the importance of being brave and strong and confident in all aspects of life. Gorgeous, beautifully simple with huge lessons.
-Becky, mother of two (ages 7 & 8), Virginia Beach, VA
Tomorrow I'll Be Kind
Immerse yourself in the beautifully hand-lettered words of wisdom, hope, and positivity alongside adorable illustrations of love and caring. This book is a reminder to all readers, young and old, that the smallest kind gesture can make the biggest difference in the world–we just have to remember to be kind to one another.
“As an introduction to personality characteristics, beneficial behaviors, and social-emotional skills, this is a solid choice, and fans of the previous volume are likely to embrace this one as well. ‘I’ll dream of all the good that comes / when we all just do our best,’ the text explains–a sentiment that’s hard to rebut. Gently encourages empathy, compassion, and consideration.” — Kirkus Reviews
“A welcome call to tenderness.” — PW Reviews