Featured Official Review: Dynomike: What's Heartfulness?

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Re: Featured Official Review: Dynomike: What's Heartfulness?

Post by charmperit » 10 Nov 2018, 01:27

Good insights! It's so true what you said about giving children something they can understand and can relate as being the key!

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Post by HollandBlue » 10 Nov 2018, 19:29

Nice review! A great children's book that teaches them empathy towards others is hard to find. Great illustrations and good editing are also pluses.
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Post by Essymbula » 11 Nov 2018, 06:50

I av kids and i may encourage them to read this book. I like such children books with a good teachingI felt so nice reading it.thanks for the review.

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Post by Hannanfun51 » 12 Nov 2018, 11:05

A good book for kids.

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Post by Kalin Adi » 12 Nov 2018, 11:53

I'm not a kid anymore, but I feel like buying this series for myself because it truly teaches values to kids (but aren't we all kids in our hearts?). So this one has to be part of my collection. I strongly dislike when authors force rhymes in their writings. I'm glad this book does not have this problem.

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Post by Amy+++ » 12 Nov 2018, 13:47

Such an adorable book! This is going to be a hit with children. Great work!

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Post by kotta quartey » 13 Nov 2018, 03:15

Its one of the best hit i have come accross so far.The characters were perfectly fixed .I really enjoyed it

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Post by jamesbruku » 13 Nov 2018, 04:07

I love that,because when we go to the liabary we found out that books of adult are more displace than children books. I believe this sound good and nice to empower our children.

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Post by champoy » 13 Nov 2018, 04:51

Its a good book not only for kids but also for kids at heart.

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Post by abdullahi1 » 13 Nov 2018, 10:28

This is awesome review, it seems very interesting the beauty of this review is the information and lessons to derive and which can be pass to kids for fun and knowledge

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Post by mcg1 » 13 Nov 2018, 12:39

Full of aesthetics and a rich lesson for kids.

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Post by Philip Macharia » 13 Nov 2018, 12:47

My review is pretty much repetition of what has already been said. Children now have a chance to gain knowledge and at the same time enjoy themselves without getting bored.

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Post by Tgod212 » 14 Nov 2018, 05:47

I enjoyed reading your review. I just may pick this one to read next to my children and friends

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Post by Wiggyjean1 » 14 Nov 2018, 11:15

I have toddler age grandkids and would like for them to fall in love with reading. This book would hold their interest with reality thinking and hands on doing. Love it.

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Post by jadelyne » 14 Nov 2018, 11:21

My kids are all grown now but as we raised the we always encouraged them to do at least one thing a day of meaning, a kindness. Our question was always, "What was your one thing today?" That lesson has stuck with them and they focus on this aspect on their own now daily. I would definitely say encouraging kids from a young age will develop who they are later in life.

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