Official Review: The Bird Ride by Wade W. Bergner

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

Post by NetMassimo »

This seems like a terrific book for children, as they can have fun and learn about a positive attitude and all the good that comes with it in their personal and social life. Thank you for your great review!
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It is fascinating to observe children's thought-process. As adults, we sometimes think they have little to offer in terms of spiritual enlightenment, but they can surprise us. Their perspective on things is very different, and that seems to be the case here with Wade. I'm curious to see how the author has described Wade's experiences. Thank you for the detailed review.
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I especially like the portion of discussion questions at the end, and I agree with you that proper emotional development in a child is crucial. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Luchris_michael »

I would love to read this book. The storyline and plot is intriguing. It also has lessons for people to learn. Thanks for your review.
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Post by sanjus »

An amazing children's fantasy book "The Bird Ride" by Wade W. Bergner, which follows a boy, Wade, who is taken on an unforgettable flight through the skies above his town by a bird. The story looks very charming.
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Post by aaurba »

Based on the book's title and cover art, I am not surprised to learn it is a story intended for youngsters. I think this story would be good to be read by parents to their children and might encourage to children to be kind to birds and may make them even want to adopt one.
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Post by Devalsodha »

The Bird Ride by Wade W. Bergner is a children’s book about a soaring quest of spiritual enlightenment. Deep breathing, mindfulness, unconditional love, and conscious awareness all come into play as the story unfolds. This is a well written and well illustrated book.
The review is insightful.
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Post by Laura Bach »

I think most children dream of flying, so this book could help them get a perspective of how that would be like. It also develops their creativity. Congrats!
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Post by Reema Aydieh »

Wade’s adventure is unique and insightful. Kids will enjoy reading this book and the illustrations will draw them into the world Wade is giving them a glimpse of.
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The illustrations will make it an easy read for kids. The book itself sounds inspirational to kids and anyone looking for enlightenment
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Post by Clifford Munene »

The grammar and typological errors you encountered puts me off. Children's book ought to be edited extremely well because kids learn from materials like these. Otherwise, this book seems to tell an interesting story which I am sure many kids will enjoy. Thanks.
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Post by Tars »

Sounds good, interesting kind of book the children can learn some valuable life lessons and gain measure of understanding what is real treasure about living. A bit disappointed with cover, no offence, but it doesn't look gift worthy, so I hardly can buy it to gift my friends kids. Still congrats on the BOTD!
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Post by Michelle Fred »

The book has a surprisingly profound premise for a children's book. I guess it's never too early to expose kids to the more spiritual aspects of life. Well done to the author for crafting such a deeply positive and utterly delightful book.
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It is great to have books that intend to introduce mindfulness and self-awareness at a young age. Congratulations on Book of the Day!
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Post by Kanika Tandon »

A book about Spiritual enlightenment meant for kids between 5 to 8 years of age! Oil and water I must say, altough the premise sounds interesting. It seems like a must read for patents with kids in the above mentioned age bracket. Also, I loved Honey I shrunk the kids and it was a favorite of mine. The psychiatrist in the reviewer shone through the articulate and detailed description of the books. Great review.
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