Official Review: The Bird Ride by Wade W. Bergner

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This is such a beautiful review. Great job!
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I enjoyed this review and I like the underlying vital lessons that children will learn from it. Great review.
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Mtibza eM wrote: 23 May 2021, 06:16 This is such a beautiful review. Great job!
Thank you for the supportive comment! I always appreciate feedback from other reviewers. 📖
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Chigo Nwagboso wrote: 23 May 2021, 06:19 I enjoyed this review and I like the underlying vital lessons that children will learn from it. Great review.
Any children’s book with embedded lessons gives kids something of value to gain! Unconditional love makes people happier, and this author succeeded in showing that from the skies. Thank you! 🌈
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This sounds like a great book for kids to have access to as they grasp that next level of emotional management and social engagement. It sounds like it could also remind parents to find the joy in things and dream or focus on the positive. Thanks for your review!
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Jagiine wrote: 23 May 2021, 14:03 This sounds like a great book for kids to have access to as they grasp that next level of emotional management and social engagement. It sounds like it could also remind parents to find the joy in things and dream or focus on the positive. Thanks for your review!
For sure! You make a great point about the necessary duality of emotional management and healthy social engagement, and the author placed great emphasis on simple joys and positive dreams. I greatly appreciate your comment! ☀️
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This seems like a wonderful educational book for parents to read with their kids. Great review!
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Mbrooks2518 wrote: 23 May 2021, 15:25 This seems like a wonderful educational book for parents to read with their kids. Great review!
It was a unique one, without a doubt! You don’t often come across children’s books that aim to teach kids how to look deeper and deduce, but this one cleverly used a bird guide to draw readers in. Thank you for the kind comment! 🦚
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I really love that the boy turned into a miniature size to sit on the bird. I haven't seen books that teach these wonderful themes to kids. It really sounds beautiful. 🕊🕴
You've written a pleasant review. Thank you!💙
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Kavita Shah wrote: 26 May 2021, 00:35 I really love that the boy turned into a miniature size to sit on the bird. I haven't seen books that teach these wonderful themes to kids. It really sounds beautiful. 🕊🕴
You've written a pleasant review. Thank you!💙
I loved that shrinkage factor too! While this story takes some imagination to believably grasp, I do think kids could gain a great deal from the purposeful plot. Thank you for leaving such kind words of support! 🦋
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This is a delightful children’s book about a young boy who befriends a bird and then becomes one. Congratulations BOTD!
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I love the premise of this book. Many times, the wider lenses of children are dismissed, simply because they are children. Children are able to take in their surroundings without another's influence - with fresh eyes. What a wonderful reminder to all to enjoy the things around them, pick up on nuances, details, and freedom of thought.
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This sounds like such a great book for young children with so many positive aspects for them to learn from! I will have to check this one out for my great-grandson who absolutely loves books! Thank you for the excellent review!
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Thanks for your review. Wade's adventure with the bird reflects a painful truth: As humans grow up, they will lose the radiance they once had as a child. I hope this book will help us find some of those colorful lights.
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A colourful book with an intriguing story filled with wander and adventure. A book well suited for children. Congrats on being BOTD.
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