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‘Little One Wants a Little More’ was inspired by the famous Stanford Marshmallow Experiment, which showed that children who learn gratification strategies are better able to cope with life’s challenges as adults.
According to Walter Mischel’s book ‘The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control’: acquiring delayed gratification skills in childhood can predict a person’s future success. And anyone can develop these skills.
Is it better to eat a yummy treat now or wait two hours and get twice as much? Emma has to find out when her mum sets her a chocolate bar challenge.
Young readers will relate to this fun and accessible story of a girl learning impulse control through play.
‘Little One Wants a Little More’ is a wonderful picture book that explains gratification strategies to children.
Let it be an enjoyable lesson for your little one.