WB & The 10 Good Things

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
This illustrated book is for children ages 5-8. It relates the heartwarming story of WB, the protagonist who learns a valuable lesson: the best kind of life is one spent in recognition of the significance of others. More

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About Whilly Bermudez

Whilly Bermudez is an American marketing entrepreneur and philanthropist who is affectionately known as “the WB.” Few are innovative enough to see potential where there is little, and that is the creative ability of Whilly Bermudez. A relentless pursuit to create and expand ideas to their limits is what it’s all about for him. Whilly is one of the best-known marketers in South Florida and one of the most recognizable names in the industry. He has developed business concepts for clients since 1997, has produced over 1,000 events and live shows, and has received acclaim as one of the leading social media marketers.

Whilly is the founder of Whilly Bermudez Media, a national marketing and web development firm with an impressive portfolio and client base. He has received endorsements from Educational institutions, as well as major newspapers, and organizations.

Whilly Bermudez is also an author, who combines all that he does with charitable causes. He is driven by a hunger to help, supporting various causes and donating to them throughout the year. As an example of his philanthropy, he is the founder of Ignite Social Hope, a global movement set in motion to help heal and inspire others in the world through the broadcast of inspirational posts and updates via social media. It’s a simple belief that if we come together and utilize our social media presence to encourage and motivate daily, we can shape our world.

Having written two children’s books--WB and The 10 Good Things and WB and The Ring of Power—Whilly aims to instill and encourage positive living in young children ages and young people all over the world.

He believes that our most precious commodity is time: “We are only on the earth for a moment, a fragment of time, and we cannot wait for a ‘defining moment.’ All moments define us. We should spend all of our time moving towards love, happiness, and making our mark in the world through good deeds.”

The ultimate objective of Whilly Bermudez is to leave behind a legacy of good deeds and innovative accomplishments. Learn more: WhillyBermudez.com


Review by: Steve O'Driscoll on May 8, 2012 :
This is a nice story for children, even younger than 5 in my opinion, that teaches life lessons and how to take other people into account in life. I think this is a good book that allows your child to learn these important life lessons, but still managing to be entertaining and interesting for your child. The book is illustrated so it won't be boring for your child to read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Danielle Christine on May 8, 2012 :
I bought this book to my daughter - for us to read it together. So far I have been very pleased. The story is written well and besides being interesting it also has a very valuable lesson to teach to your child. My daughter likes the book too. I would highly recommend this book to your children.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Matt Kelland on May 8, 2012 :
This is a great little book with an excellent lesson for kids about helping others. It's told in the form of an illustrated poem which is easy to read aloud and will also engage children who are beginning to read alone.

The only criticism I have is that the PDF formatting doesn't work as well as it could: it comes across a little plain and would have benefited from a nicer typeface and layout, but I think that's a limitation of the Smashwords automated formatting. However, even though poetry is always problematic on e-books, it works very well on Kindle Fire. It's also pretty good on my basic Kindle, even though it converts the illustrations to black and white.

Well recommended, if a little pricy for a 20-page book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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