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[ Read Online Im Not Perfect. So What? í zambia PDF ] by Julie Dahnke ó Good read for parents Every kids needs to know that no one is perfect.
I wish I had access to this book when my kids were growing up It should be a must read for every parent dealing with their heartbroken child when the child realizes there is inequality in this world It is going on the bookshelf where my toddler granddaughter can choose it for reading time You Re Picked Last For A Team, And You Feel Pretty Bad Where Do You Go From Here Join Carol As She Learns That Your Struggles Don T Define You It S How You Respond To Them That Really Matters Parents Will Appreciate The Heartwarming Nudge Toward Valuable Self Esteem For Children Who May Not Fit In Young Readers Will Hopefully Understand That They Re Special, Even Though They Can T Be Good At Everything Kirkus Reviews Fantastic read with such a important lesson for any age group Loved it A book you can hand down over the years , as the message of excepting yourself just as you are will never grow old Great book Wish I had this message to grow up with as a young man Great job Julie First of all this book is really not really interesting for teenagers like but.
What I want say I m can t that I m reader books before this book for every books were nothing interesting.
For me reading was task,a work that should be done.
All of my English before this were really hard to read so every time I give up.
But one day I got an idea,what will the problem if I will start reading kids book,yes it s boring but after this book I feel strong in reading and how it s say I got feeling like how it s now I want to read.
So maybe this book will interesting for kids but teenagers but this book will give change to fill strong in reading books.
Yay A Goodreads First Reads win I m not keen on giving a children s book a less than stellar review, especially one with such a positive message, however I have to with this one I felt like this book dragged a bit, and that s saying a lot for a 20 page kid s book My almost 4 year old wasn t interested in it at all maybe the book is geared to an older audience but my rating is based mostly on my impression I think that taking the story through extra generations muddled the story a bit and wasn t necessary, I think it could have been FUN, especially for a rhyming books, and still carried the same positive message.
This was a Goodreads First Reads I really only entered this giveaway because of the positive message in the title I was wondering if it might be too old for my middle school classroom, but I almost want to read it to them all This book has a great message, in poetry form, of not trying to push yourself into a mold where you might not fit Not everyone has to be perfect This can be hard for some kids and adults to grasp Short and to the point, this book was pretty good.
Kids loved it a good self help book for childrenthank you Julie
I received this book as a part of a Goodreads Giveaway I wanted it for my son I read it before he did just because I wanted to see what it was all about I love it and so does he He is a special needs child and this book seems very reassuring I m sure it d be reassuring to anyone anywhere It s well written and sweet Not too complex I believe teachers everywhere should have at least one copy in their classrooms as well as copies be made available in libraries everywhere.
I received this book from a Goodreads Giveaway.
I loved this story I am a Mom to 7 and a Gramma to 13, and I see so much that we always have to be sure and praise children for every little thing they do That s all well and good, but I am a realist too And God forbid, should any child be made to feel bad because they weren t perfect We learn from our failures If we were perfect every time, than what would we strive for I am not good at everything I accept that, and I try to improve the things that I need to My children are not good at all things, but they excel at other things My granbabies do not excel at all things, but they are learning as I hope we all continue to do.
We all have talents, and thank goodness, not everyone has the same talent.
And with that said I like to bake and I made homemade bread today and I think I messed up, and didn t put enough yeast in my bread isn t risi