Josh Langley has done it again, by creating a work of art in a book that will speak right into the heart of our kids to support them when they need it most.
Award Winning Author Josh Langley is back and it’s Magnificent!
‘Magnificent Mistakes and Fantastic Failures’ is the third book in Josh’s successful kids series, this is the follow up to the ABIA award winning children’s book, ‘It’s OK to Feel The Way You Do’.
Mistakes can be magnificent!
And problems turned upside down!
Refreshingly simple and delightfully quirky, Magnificent Mistakes and Fantastic Failures, will help kids build resilience.
They’ll discover how life’s little upsets can be big opportunities to learn and grow.
And how good friends, positive self-talk, creativity and curiosity can help them become more confident.
This is the book on resilience that everybody wished they had as a child.
ADVANCE PRAISE FOR MAGNIFICENT MISTAKES
“Langley’s little books with BIG messages of self-help and self-esteem are a house favourite here. Brilliant!” – Good Reading
“Love every page of it. An inspirational book.” – Dr. Patricia Sherwood (Child Psychologist)
“Josh’s new book explodes with colour and charisma, and playfully sheds light on the role mistakes have in building resilience. It’s a must have resource for parents or caring adults who want to champion a growth mindset in children.” – Michelle Mitchell – Parenting Author, Speaker, Educator
“Magnificent Mistakes and Fantastic Failures is going to set the world alight with love, self-love….the MOST important kind. Josh Langley has done it again, by creating a work of art in a book that will speak right into the heart of our kids to support them when they need it most. After a mistake or a failure, this book will be there, stored in a child’s mind like a subconscious holding their hand, to help guide them into self acceptance and help them move forward.” – Joelene Lavrick, B.A (Psychology), GradDipEd and Founder of Life Lessons Australia
“A wonderfully bright and quirky book, that oozes the practical building blocks of resilience, self-empowerment, self-acceptance and emotional regulation. Important themes weaved together with skill, honesty and humour that both kids and adults will enjoy with a big smile on their face.” – Sonia Bestulic – Children’s Author & Speech and Language Pathologist
“Congratulations on your new literary masterpiece! Just when I thought I had read the last love letter to your younger self you open another window into the world of Josh. Such honest and kind words of advice. Guidance for all, in your signature style. A must read for everyone!” – Jonelle Fraser, Education Consultant & Advocate
“When all seems awry, a book such as this brings back a sense of, “It is actually all okay”. I love this book and the ideas it holds within its covers. There should be a copy on every bookshelf. From grandchild to grandparent, there is wisdom and a chuckle for all.” – Leonie Pearce, Primary School Educator
“WOW, a little book with the potential to have a big impact on children of all ages. It really helps normalise emotional well-being and the strategies to help. The simple drawings and supportive text allows access for all students. A must for every emotional toolbox!” – Shirley James-Sharry – Tips & Adjustments for an Inclusive Education.