Gratitude Legend

"Gratitude is not only the greatest of all virtues, but the parent of all the others."


“It’s not happy people who are thankful. It’s thankful people who are happy.”

Martin Seligman
Psychologist and Educator

If you want your kids to be happy adults, teach them to be grateful

The Journal of Happiness Studies found that children as young as 5 years old benefit from the practice of gratitude and that developing a sense of gratitude can help them to grow up to be happier people.

According to the Journal of Psychology, children ages 11 to 13 report more satisfaction with their schools, families, communities, friends and themselves. Other children benefit as well from the social support that grateful children tend to give.

If you want your children to grow into happy adults, teaching them to develop a habit of gratitude can help.

To help with teaching young children about gratitude, Joe “Doc” Sasso is offering this free coloring book that you can download, print and give to your kids. In it, Joe tells a short story about a community that lived in a valley and showed gratitude for the life that they had there by helping one another.

It’s a simple way to begin conversations about gratitude with your youngest children and one Joe is happy to share with you. Just click on the book cover below to download your FREE copy of “The Legend of the “G” Stone” coloring book today.

The Legend of the "G" Stone
A FREE coloring book
by Joe "Doc" Sasso