Take Me Back to the Spark: Six Books for Your Inner Child
As children, we’ve always been infused with that sense of adventure—stress-free, worry-free. This is why we always feel the need to rekindle that spark within us that makes us feel like children again.
Rekindling our inner child can be as simple as checking out these books about inner children.
Everyone knows about Peter Pan, and the book is a perfect metaphor for tapping into our childlike selves, never succumbing into the dreary atmosphere that often drains us as adults, reigniting the spark within.
The Neverending Story teaches us to dream, and at the same time, to face the world head on.
Matilda shows us that even children can attain great things, always reminding us that all of us are gifted and are capable of something more.
A book about Tambo the elephant, who finds himself trapped by poachers but is eventually saved, reminds us that there’ll always be someone we can count on during trying times.
The story of Bow Wow is about a dog who is usually left at home every day, leaving him lonely and jaded. It’s a testament of how we, as children will always seek more in life, a trait that persists in adulthood.
Affirmators emphasizes encouragement and affirmation more, instead of resorting to telling you what to do. Millennials will enjoy reading this easy-going book.
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