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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I've never a children's book that deals with deep topics such as these. I hope the book can provide new insights to both children and their caretakers.
Thank you for your review.
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Lovely writing-lovely images-lovely book. Not to mention, a terrifically written review. If there were little kiddies in my life right now, I'd most definitely pick up a hard copy of this book. Unfortunately, that's not the case right now but I encourage anyone with little ones in their world to consider this book seriously. Congratulations to Mr. Bergner on his accomplishment and for achieving BOTD.
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This beautifully illustrated children's book has a message about self-esteem and positivity told through a very engaging story.
Thanks for this amazing review. :tiphat:
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When i was a kid, my dream was fly through the sky. Because at that time l was really mesmerized by the sky. In this story the young boy is exploring it. It makes interesting to kids.The life lessons for children make the book really good. Thank you for your insightful review.🌼🧚‍♀️🌼
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It is amazing how a boy could become so small to fit on a shoulder of a bird. Book sounds interesting and has a lovely storyline. Congratulations on being the #BOTD!
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Quite a rare find, kudos on bringing out a rather complex theme of spiritual growth in a children's book. I look forward to reading it.
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:) :idea: :) An exertion from this review certifies randomly, even though it's a children book, it enhances moral values at every stage of one's life. We all need that spiritual enlightenment, mindfulness, conscious awareness and unconditional love daily to grasp what the future brings in our way. In all of it i think Positive attitudes matters the most, congrats on book of the day!
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This seems like a fun and informative read for children.

Thank you for the great review.
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This sounds like an interesting book for kids that inspires some thought-provoking thinking. I’ll check it out.
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I loved that the book delved into the emotional development of kids, enlightening parents, teachers and kids. Thank you for a wonderful review, the story really felt magical like you said
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Teaching children simple methods of grounding, centering and meditation can definitely yield positive results. My children greatly benefitted from just learning how to use a calming focused breathing exercise. I'm happy to see a children's book teaching these concepts! Excellent review.
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Wonderful! It helps children develope positive attitude, enhance their self esteem, social skills and attention span and sharpen their focus in school and even at home, thanks for the excellent review!
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Thank you for your review! This sounds like a wonderful book for young children. I especially like the that there are questions for discussion.
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The lesson on gratitude is very important for children as they will gain values that will help them grow into responsible adults.
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Books that impart depth and knowledge are extremely valuable, especially to young children. Thanks for a great review.
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