What could I say that I haven't yet said about the other sweet little books in this series? This one was a very quick read for me again (obviously), and just as cute, inspiring and educational as the ones I read before.
Small book, sweet story. The message is clear, right and important: dare to dream, because all you dream up can happen.
This was another very sweet and educational little book.
Another very similar book to the other ones in the series. I can only say the same things that I've already told about these books: very sweet and very good for teaching little kids about famous people who did something great.
Today's review is going to be quick (just like our coffee break): I bring you a children's picture book, not very long, but beautiful and fun. This is the first time ever that I write an individual blog post about such a book (I usually review them in my Mini Reviews series), but this time it was the author personally who reached out to me, so I thought I should do it like this. He deserves all the attention that other authors get when I review their books per their request. So...let's dive in!
Here's the next post of the Mini Reviews series, and it's more eclectic than ever! Today I share my thoughts about yet another three books: a children's picture book that keeps it fresh with inspiring creativity, a self-help book about overcoming stress, and a short book of a poem with beautiful illustrations that is most likely a gift book.
I came across a couple of books in this series on NetGalley and I immediately wanted to download all of them that was available! Little People, Big Dreams is a series of picture books for toddlers, maybe kindergartners. Each book tells the story of a famous person who had an idea, stood by it, worked hard and achieved something. They're people who inspire even us adults. Among these real life heroes there're scientists, writers, people fighting for the rights of minorities, people of color and women. They show a good example.