A young girl notices, and celebrates, her way of looking at and experiencing the world.
�I think. I think a lot. I think I think a lot. More than most other kids." A young girl notices and wonders about the ways she and her classmates approach doing good work, caring about people's feelings, and showing they're grateful. She comes to accept herself just as she is and celebrates the differences between herself and her classmates. �I care a lot. Not more than other kids, just in my own way."�Inspired by the author's experience with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), I Think I Think a Lot can be a starting point for discussions about overthinking or obsessive thought and about the many ways individuals see and experience the world. The neurodivergent main character allows readers to see themselves and others in the story and emphasizes self-acceptance in the face of comparison.
Title: I Think I Think a Lot Book
Mastermind number: 228858
Shipping weight (lbs): 0.0220462
Package dimensions (inches): 10 x 10 x
Author: Jessica Whipple
Illustrator: Josee Bisaillon
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing