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I think I Can I Think I Can

Hey Nerdy Peeps! I know, I know, I’ve missed quite a few days on this May Blogging Challenge. So, I’m going to mix it up a little bit and go back to day six. So, let me tell you about my favorite childhood book.

The Little Engine That Could

You know that lovely saying, I think I can, I think I can. Well, it happens to be a quote in my favorite childhood book about a little blue engine. This isn’t just a book that teaches a lesson to children about not giving up, but it also teaches a lesson that no matter how small you are you can do big things. It can also teach adults the same lessons.

This will be a book I will read to my children and a book that I hope they will pass on to their children. Also, the cover is adorable!

I think I can I think I can


The story of a train filled with toys and gifts for little boys and girls that breaks down before reaching the children. After asking several passing trains for help over the hill, a little blue train agrees to help the stranded toys. Even though she is small, the blue train tries her best to bring the toys to the children on the other side of the hill.

I think I can I think I can

So, here it is day 6 on day 7. Bare with me, I will get back on track starting tomorrow. You will love this book just as much as I and your children will love it too!

Here is Challenge Day 1!

Sunday Spotlight: My Favorite Children’s Book

Hey, Nerdy Peeps! I totally had it planned for this post to go up on Sunday, but life got in the way and it was an amazing day! So, here we are getting a Spotlight Sunday on a Monday again. Oh, and Happy Labor Day!

The Little Engine that Could!

So, why do I love this book so much? Well, because it is the best book to teach kid not to give up! It repeats the saying “I think I can, I think I can!” For children and adults alike this book is perfect book for positivity and overcoming any obstacle put in your way! This is a great book for the whole family!

spotlight sunday my favorite childrens book

This will definitely be an everyday read for when I have children! I want to teach the value of optimism and knowing that whatever they put their minds to they can and will accomplish anything!

What is one of your favorite children’s books? Do we love the same one?

** When life isn’t so hectic Spotlight Sunday’s will be back on schedule. (well hopefully)

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