Official Review: The Bird Ride by Wade W. Bergner

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Re: Official Review: The Bird Ride by Wade W. Bergner

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The pictures or coloured illustrations break the monotony of reading the book. Amazing review.
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This book sounds lovely, and I like that they made use of a literal bird to teach a "bird's eye-view." Congrats on BOTD!
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Post by Bukola02 »

I find children’s book that cover spirituality quite intriguing. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Novin Aliyah »

Children's stories with birds are magical and teach many things. Especially develop a positive attitude and strong self-esteem. Impressive, I love books like this. I also like the way reviewers present their reviews.
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Post by dragonet07 »

This isn’t the first time I’ve seen a children’s book that presents something like spiritual enlightenment (or, in the other book, mindfulness) in a creative way. They seem like a great idea. Plus, who doesn’t like a book about flying on the back of a bird? (OK, I would’ve been fascinated with the idea as a kid, but anything at all close to resembling it would’ve made me faint and/or puke.) Thank you for the helpful review.
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Post by Kayonz30 »

How fun it will be to fly on a birds shoulder. Children attraction though ... With a deeper interpretation from an adult reader to the child reader can achieve and activate the emotional Goal of the book story.
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Post by 63tty »

I love the notion of a kid shrinking and flying all over. Seems like a great read for kids. Great review.
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It is so amazing and a fun experience seeing the world just the way a child does. Children really have less worries. They live a free and exciting life noticing the beauty in almost everything that comes their way. I'm so glad this book has a way of teaching little ones the importance of gratitude. It would really go a long way in preparing them to be better in the nearest future.
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Children are never to young to learn. I think this will be a great book for every child to read, thank you for a great review.
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Post by Vickie Noel »

I certainly wasn't expecting the spiritual enlightenment part in this children's book, but then again, it helps to build spiritual consciousness early in their hearts. As a teacher and aspiring parent, I'd love to help groom kids to self-reflect and check out the author's note to parents and teachers. Thanks for the lovely review.
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Post by Rizki Pradana »

This book sounds interesting because there was a magical aspect to it. The kids will not be bored when reading this kind of book.
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