Enneagram author Ann Gadd, author of Sex and the Enneagram and The Enneagram of Eating, creates the first in a series of Enneagram books for kids. The purpose of these books is to help children get a feeling for each of the Nine Types. As a result, in time, after reading the books, kids will start to become aware of the various personalities. Likewise, they’ll be able to understand the differences between children. Above all, your child will gain understanding and compassion for each of the Nine Types and develop the skills to interact with different children.
Percy Perfect – Enneagram Type One
First in the series of Enneagram books for kids is Percy Perfect. Percy is an Enneagram Type One. All is perfect in Percy’s life … or is it? Percy finds out there’s more to life than perfection in this fun story aimed at the 3-6 year age group.
Percy Perfect is available as an e-book, paperback and FREE on Kindle Unlimited.
Felix Fun – Enneagram Type Seven
Young Felix (Enneagram Type Seven), loves to pursue fun adventures, but he just can’t seem to enjoy any of them …. The story follows young Felix as he finds out the true meaning of fun.
FREE on Kindle Unlimited
Sally Star – The Enneagram Type Three
The latest in Ann’s Enneagram for children’s books. Sally Star (Enneagram Type Three), loves being the best. She loves to shine brightly, but sometimes there is more to life than being the best ….
Discover more about Type Three with Sally in this fun book aimed at the 3-6 year age group.
Over the coming months I’ll be bringing out the remaining Enneagram Types in the rest of this series of Enneagram books for kids covering all Nine Types.
Identifying your child’s type:
The idea of this book series is not for you to tell the child what type you believe them to be. That being said, some children exhibit such strong traits that its hard not to identify them. Best though to see if over time they can reach the self-awareness that allows them to discover their own type. Children are easily influenced by those around them and consequently may act like a type, but not actually be that type. As a result, its best to leave any identification until they are older and can discover for themselves who they are.