Tuesday, November 4, 2014


Friends, I am very excited about the new children's book called I Can Change The World! from I See Me! Inc., a company that makes awesome personalized children's books.  I just reviewed this book and I just have to tell you again how much I LOVE IT.  It's cute, whimsical, but most of all it teaches children that they have the power to choose good and make a difference.  It's a personalized book that tells your kid that the small and simple things they do really matter.  And now I See Me! is continuing their encouragement of good with the Share Your Smile campaign.

Inspired by this book, Share Your Smile is a social media campaign that encourages good choices and helping others.  You can post a photo of your child's smile and the good deed that they did. A lot of times we post pictures of our kids getting an award, doing silly things, or even doing naughty things . . . so how about posting about the good things they do for others?


Encourage your kids to serve someone else and the post about it to inspire others.  Use the hashtag #shareyoursmile because all service begins and ends with a smile.  I See Me! will post the photos to their website and count how many good deeds (and smiles) are shared.

You can post your photo on any of your favorite social media places: Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, or the I See Me Facebook page.  Remember use #shareyoursmile and tell what your child did, and help change the world one smile at a time.

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  1. Thanks for bringing this to our attention! This would make a great Christmas gift for my daughter.

    1. Yes, it's a great idea to help kids be motivated to help others. I like that they count the amount of good deeds going on!

  2. This looks like a really sweet book. And I love the campaign. There seem to be more like these directed at kids, or parents, anyway, and I think it's a good trend to be seeing.

  3. That's empowering for children. So important!!


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