Hold On To Your Dream

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Part of the "Find The Lesson" series, Hold On To Your Dream will take your young child on another fun journey to find Lenny the elf, hidden in every page. This book will hold your child's attention, while teaching her the concepts of dreaming and determination. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301342648
About Bethany Morlan

Artist and writer, along with wife and mother. My college education was in Theatre, and have since become extremely passionate about ASL and the Deaf Community.
I had been a nanny for many years. I read countless books about dinosaurs and cats, farm animals, and not to mention the licensed character books that are always the first the child sees...but don't provide much in the area of teaching valuable life lessons.
I grew up on the Joy Berry series "Help Me Be Good" and the lessons they taught have been with me since. I remember the iconic characters with the large heads, and becoming excited to see those familiar images every time I read one of her books.
I felt that a new generation of children, my two-year-old included, could use a series they felt excited about which would also teach them about feelings and life lessons, and about doing the right thing.
I really just wish I could make at least one child excited about these books, as I was with mine when I was a child. I want that child to have fun, and absorb the content, even though they may not fully comprehend it. I would like to reign in the toddler's attention by the interaction of the hidden elf, just enough to get that lesson to find it's way in his mind and plant a seed that can grow as he does.
Keep your eye out for more in the "Find The Lesson" series, for there are plenty of lessons to be introduced to the little ones in your life.

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Review by: Dean Schechinger on Aug. 24, 2013 :
A very fine, warm and fuzzy idea book with really good pictures. One slightly disconcerting issue. The child looks out the window at a beautiful sunny day but puts on a wool knit cap. A picture or two later to you come understand that it is a brisk autumn day. I guess I would have said it was a beautiful fall day but this is a minor issue. The book is really fine and well drawn and written.
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Review by: K. C. Boone, MSFE on Aug. 23, 2013 :
Very colorful and expressive.
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