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Blue Sky Mind by A.T. Waverly – Children's Book Review

★★★★★ What I Loved: The easy story telling in Blue Sky Mind is wonderful for young children. The illustrations were done so well making the story easy to understand. I loved how the thought clouds were done, connecting the thoughts of the child to the clouds. The colors chosen in the book help to tell… Continue reading Blue Sky Mind by A.T. Waverly – Children's Book Review

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Oh How I Loved This Kids Book: It's Okay to Be a Unicorn! by Jason Tharp – A Review

★★★★★ What I Loved: It's Okay to Be a Unicorn! is really focusing on how differences are okay and make each one of us special. I loved the way this is woven into the story with such perfection! How I Felt: The Story was so wonderful! Our secretly unicorn friend, Cornelius J. Sparklesteed is trying to… Continue reading Oh How I Loved This Kids Book: It's Okay to Be a Unicorn! by Jason Tharp – A Review

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A Bird with Udders: Celebrate Unique you! by A.T. Waverly- A Kid's Book Review

★★★★★ What I Loved: I loved the message in A Bird with Udders! It's a book about celebrating how each animal in the book is unique and special, but the message really asks a child to think of what makes them uniquely them. It was beautiful. I am different you seeand so very happy to… Continue reading A Bird with Udders: Celebrate Unique you! by A.T. Waverly- A Kid's Book Review

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My Sister's Super Skills by Lauren Mosback

★★★★★ My Sister's Super Skills by Lauren MosbackGood for Readers: preschool to middle elementaryPage Count: 38 pagesPublisher: Mascot BooksPub Date: January 7, 2020 What I Loved: This book is focused on helping a young child learn tools for handling their emotions. I loved that these actions related to animals. I think that a tool that connects to… Continue reading My Sister's Super Skills by Lauren Mosback

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Fantastic You by Danielle Dufayet

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book was FANTASTIC! Children can be very hard on themselves and they way this book was written, it gave such an uplifting way for children to love and forgive themselves. This book is not written as on story that has a start and a finish, it is lots… Continue reading Fantastic You by Danielle Dufayet