Dream It & Do It: 100 Possibilities, Stories and Real-Life Role Models by Holly A. Sharp

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Rating: 4 out of 5.

There are so many things that we can be when we grow up. I think it is wonderful to provide a book that explores so many options available for children to think about and be inspired by!

Dream It & Do It: 100 Possibilities, Stories and Real-Life Role Models is a children’s book that provides information on different people and careers that can be inspirational for young readers. The stories are broken up into segments making it easy to jump around in the book and pick something a child wants to read about, or start from the front and work your way through.

I really liked the diversity in this book, both from a cultural and background perspective, as well as from a career choice! I think it provides a wide range of ideas for children to be inspired by.

This book has images, but I would not consider this a picture book. It is something that could be read to young children, but I think it is perfect for a middle elementary to middle-grade reader.

To Read or Not To Read:

I would recommend Dream It & Do It for children that enjoy hearing about inspirational people!

Where to Find This Book:

Dream It & Do It by Holly A. Sharp is available at these sites:

Goodreads ~ Amazon ~ Kindle ~ Holly’s Store

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Welcome to the world of real possibility! Our best-selling children’s book is packed with adventure, inspiration, and interests that will get your 4th and 5th grade child ready to take on the world. Written for both boys and girls, our bedtime stories style role-model book will introduce your kids to the gamechangers in the world that they want to emulate as they get older.

This must-have real-life adventure book will introduce your child to over 100 different career possibilities and interests through 100 real-life role-models. Each story will showcase different careers, professions, struggles, and challenges, covering business, art, math, science, and technology. These real stories about real people and the adversity they faced (racism, sexism, homophobia) will show your child that they can persevere no matter what they believe.

As a hands-on and immersive kind of bedtime book that will motivate your child to be a trailblazer, we’ve included an activity with each story that will help spark your child’s innate interests. All you need to do is sit back, read the stories out loud with your kids, and watch their eyes light up in wonder and awe.

Just the Facts:

Dream It & Do It by Holly A. Sharp
Genre: Children’s
Page Count: 216 pages
Publisher: Self-Published
Pub Date: November 12, 2020

Sharp spent the bulk of her career in new product development—dreaming up intuitive ideas from how to kill bugs to new ice cream forms to hit grocery shelves. A self-proclaimed problem-solver, she loves to think about the things that the world needs and figuring out how to make those things come to life. “Knowing in high school what I wanted to do with my life set me up for the right path. I wanted the same for my child and searched for books to guide her, but came up short,” Sharp said. “That’s when I thought, ‘why not write the book for my child that she needs and that will also help others?”

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