Reading is Better When Your Child is the Author of their Favorite Books


One Spring morning, my mother visited our home, handing me an especially puffy, discolored, well-used composition notebook. Written on the pages of this book were the foundations of my life. This wasn't the gift of some rare ancient scroll of prophetic wisdom, far more precious, this was one of my elementary school treasures. Filled with photocopied worksheets (and yet I learned), and my carefully printed paragraphs, using each one of the week's vocabulary words. Oh the joy of reading stories written by my seven-year-old self. Reliving the beginnings of me finding my voice was magical to experience, while absolutely hysterical for my kids. We recently read the hysterical tale, How to Win Wimbledon in Pajamas, written by an incredibly talented eighth grade author. Here's proof that reading is better when your child is the author of your their favorite books.

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Reading is Better When Your Child is the Author of their Favorite Books


My youngest son was born with an adorably perfect set of dimples. It's my guilty pleasure to look over at him reading to see him smiling silently, dimples always revealing his contentment. Having just finished reading the book myself, I hadn't noticed when he picked up the book. "What's Wimbledon?" he asked. Now, I'm smiling. Raising a reader is a win-win for both of us, and it's a proud moment.




Much like the empowering, High Hopes by Panic! at the Disco phenomena, How to Win Wimbledon in Pajamas embraces the power in your natural greatness from the perspective of an optimistic eighth grader. Reading this fun, meaningful book, the message Nhin swiftly serves of simply giving your best effort to not only tennis, but everything you set out to accomplish is easily delivered to readers. Lively illustrations from illustrator, Milena Salieri pair well with the practical advice toward developing a growth mindset is a valuable life lesson for all to embrace written by brilliantly talented young author, Kobe Nhin.

How to Win Wimbledon in Pajamas - A Mental Toughness Book is the launch of the debut interactive book in the Grow Grit series providing tips accompanied with an exercise or example for developing a Mental Toughness Growth Plan. 


How to Win Wimbledon in Pajamas
- Encourages positive self-talk, goal-setting, and rituals 
- Teaches visualization
- Develops a growth mindset
- Cultivates self-confidence
- Increases focus, grit, and perseverance

Included Bonus-
- Includes a Mental Growth Plan where kids can rate current skills and state goals. 
- Perfect for kids who perform in any arts or sports

- Free resources to accompany this book can be found at MaryNhin.com

Encouraging writing skill development is beneficial in improving communication and organization, reducing anxiety, increasing focus, and useful for developing mental toughness. How to Win Wimbledon in Pajamas is a prime example that reading and writing are so much better when your child is the author of their favorite books.

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