This is the first time I've picked up a children's picture book for review, and what a good decision it has been!
Each page has beautiful illustrations showcasing a diverse group of children.
The accompanying text has a pleasing and legible font, and it does not overwhelm the page--just about 2-4 lines concisely describing one thought.
The book begins with a call to understand that everyone has a different gift and goes on to give actionable tips to the child to help him/her discover that gift. Once the "superpower" is discovered, the child is guided as to how he/she can work on developing it.
Respecting each other's differences is given importance. I can imagine children poring over the pictures and thinking about the words.
A very happy, colorful, and inspiring picture book!
I'm an avid reader of both fiction and non-fiction.
I'm open to reading books of all genres except horror, erotica, and spirituality.
I enjoy mystery, romance, and science fiction novels.
I'm also interested in non-fiction books on business, health & wellness, and self-help.