I had the pleasure of being asked by Author Amanda Bernardo to review her new book Little Voice. This book has a wonderful and inspiring message. The illustrations by Samantha Clusiau-Lawlor are bright and absolutely adorable. They did an exceptional job on this book!
As a mom, I want to squash ANY negative voices that my kiddos face. I want to teach them to listen to their “Little Voice” inside and know that they can do whatever they put their minds to. That “Little Voice” we all have inside us is stronger than we give it credit for, that “Little Voice” will guide us through the most difficult times if we just learn to listen. This book is a great teaching tool to inspire your kids and to encourage them through difficult times.
Little Voice is intended for ages: 6-12, but it even spoke to me in a BIG way. I recently started blogging, because I listened to my “Little Voice”. Growing up I let my negative voice squash out my “Little Voice” too many times, which caused me to miss out on some great things. I have put the doubts and fears I had growing up aside, and I am finally listening to my “Little Voice” more than I ever have before. I want to show my kids that, even though they may be little, they can move mountains
. Ultimately, writing for kids is not easy, and getting published is even harder, but with books as good as this one finding their way onto my shelf, I cannot wait to see what the future holds for literature for children. A friend of mine mentioned how the process of getting a book published can be quite stressful, especially as some writers can tend to doubt their own work. But with the use of beta readers, who can be friends and family, who can give their honest opinion on the book, this can take some of the pressure off.
Thank you Amanda for giving me the opportunity.
What a great book to read, share, and discuss with my kiddos. I definitely recommend this book!
Here’s a link to their website: Little Voice The Childrens Book
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