What If?

What If?[BOOKS] ✭ What If? ✯ Sandra Magsamen – Bluevapours.co.uk Bestselling author Sandra Magsamen brings us a little book that reminds us that our differences are our biggest giftsYou see being different is special and can give your spirit a liftBeing different i Bestselling author Sandra Magsamen brings us a little book that reminds us that our differences are our biggest giftsYou see being different is special and can give your spirit a liftBeing different is beautiful and magnificent It's what makes life a giftWe are all one of a kind Just show the world who you are—let your you ness shineThere is beauty and power in what makes each of us uniue and Sandra Magsamen reminds us that it is our differences that allow us to be our one and only selves With a warm inspiring message this book will give children courage to embrace their individuality and to accept others for who they are.

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What If? PDF ✓ Hardcover
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • What If?
  • Sandra Magsamen
  • 15 November 2016
  • 9781492637103

10 thoughts on “What If?

  1. Katie Fitzgerald says:

    This is a saccharine and preachy book about celebrating one's uniueness It panders shamelessly to the push for diverse books but offers nothing of real substance In my experience kids think of themselves as pretty great; adults are the ones who suggest it might be otherwise by writing books like this

  2. Shaye Miller says:

    This cute little book is a splash of color with big bold fonts intended to highlight the importance of uniueness In rhyming text we see page after page of truly uniue animals For example there's a puppy with two difference colored eyes and an extremely tall giraffe For children's literature middle grade literature and YA literature reviews feel free to visit my personal blog at The Miller Memo

  3. Cindy says:

    This was a cute book I read with my granddaughter It has a sweet message about being different

  4. Juliana Lee says:

    Adorable pictures with a simple message to see differences as uniue and interesting But the book uickly takes a downward spiral with pages and pages of didactic preaching you're special you're beautiful life is a gift if we were all alike like would be boring everyone is special we are one of a kind show the world who you are let your you ness shine without benefit of story or even cute illustrations If you stick with the story you might as well it returns to a friendlier gentler even funnier message of why being different might be helpful interesting and fun

  5. Peacegal says:

    Childlike illustrations of happy animals and a message that is so familiar now as to be generic Everyone's different everyone's special be uniue and be you because you are great Perhaps all of these lines won't be so familiar to the tiniest tots but slightly older kids and adults will be well acuainted with them

  6. Cheryl Cooper says:

    I absolutely LOVE when my daughter chooses this book for story time and or bedtime We talk about different people and how we all make the world beautiful This will be one of our favorites for a long long time

  7. Vani says:

    The words in this book and the vibrant pictures made me feel happy

  8. Layla Ashby says:

    A very young child’s books of different things can’t really explain itl kind of a strange book really

  9. Maïlys says:

    A cute little book about celebrating our differences Wish there was of a story to it though

  10. Sherrie says:

    A wonderful celebration of diversity

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