children’s book

Finish What You Have Started

Finish What You Have Started “Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they started.” David Allen There are many things in our lives that we wish to change. That may be getting rid of bad habits or implementing new good ones. We set goals, promise ourselves, get a planner, get a coach, set reminders but still after a few days or maybe weeks, we give up. We get []

If I was a Caterpillar by Ben Jackson & Sam Lawrence (Book Review #120)

This review was requested by Ben Jackson. This children’s book focuses on the possibilities of being more than what you are. To fly, imagine, dream and aim for anything your heart desires. If I was a Caterpillar, is about this cute green insect wondering and dreaming about climbing the tallest tree, bouncing like a kangaroo, and floating across the lake. These are things that a Caterpillar may psychically not be able to do but has every right to dream about, and that []

Farkle Shark, You Are Not Stupid by Rita Emmett and Irina Bulgaru (Book Review #119)

“Everyone is a genius. But if a fish is judged by how well it climbs a tree, it will live its entire life feeling stupid. ~~ Attributed to Albert Einstein.”   This review was kindly requested by Ben Jackson. The book begins with such a strong message. To accept your limitation and embrace your potential. Farkle Shark has a few monkey friends that can climb trees. They bully him and tell him that he is a stupid Shark because he cannot climb. []

Can Cats Be Wicked?

I wrote this article for Katzenworld. Please check them out here: https://katzenworld.co.uk/about/ As we all know, cats are adorable and mostly loved by all. We hardly hear anything bad about them, and in reality, they are one of the easiest pets to take care of. However, today I wish to talk about the ones that are known to be not so nice and discuss whether there is a possible reason for it.   Looking into the casting crew of many animation films and []

Billy’s search for the Healing Well by Helen C. Burke (Book Review #108)

This is a beautiful book written about a boy named Billy. He has a sick mother and is living with his grandma. Billy just wishes to go back to his mommy and to do as much as possible to save his mother’s life. His only hope is a Healing Well that is located in Ireland, and even that is a myth. Billy runs away to find this Healing Well, taking Granny’s prized cream pot with him. Billy befriends a leprechaun named Patsy []