About the Book

A terrific green light of a book to strengthen kids’ self-awareness… A must read, wonderful bunch of little miracles between two covers” – Boomerang Books Dimity Powell

Being You Is Enough is the perfect antidote for the pressures of being a kid in this day and age.

This entertaining and refreshing book will inspire kids be themselves and stand up tall.

Kids will love the easy, upbeat style delivering deeper messages about self-acceptance, positive thinking and friendship.

This is the perfect conversation starter for parents, teachers or children on the issues that kids may be facing or trying really hard to avoid! Josh uses charming, cheeky and humorous drawings and messages to touch on topics such as:

  • You don’t need to fit in
  • No-one is perfect
  • Everyone makes mistakes
  • Always dream big
  • You are not alone
  • You are loved

Within the pages kids will revel in the serious and silly – and – discover the importance of being brave, confident and proud – even if that doesn’t fit everyone’s idea of perfect. The perfect pick me-up for children.

PRAISE FOR JOSH LANGLEY’S BOOKS

“Langley reignites inspirational literature”

 Good Reading Magazine

Feedback from Parents

“An empowering book on how to feel great despite what your world throws at you.”

There is not nearly enough of this types of literature on the market for adults and children alike.”

“It’s great to be able to share these life lessons with my kids.”

“Thank you for creating a book that is inspiring but also easy to read.”

“A wonderful collection of quirky, absolutely down-to earth wisdom.”

Josh Langley

Langley overcame some twists and turns early in life, going on to become an award-winning advertising copywriter and inspirational author. His unique view on the world and story of hope has inspired thousands of people of all ages to find joy in their own lives.
Langley is a passionate advocate for suicide prevention and mental health awareness. Josh says his motivation to write kids books is to help kids get to know and talk about their feelings from a young age, so we just might avoid a tragedy later in life.