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M. Stevens-David Review: "I Am a Wish" by Marie Callegari
By Martha Stevens-David.
Mar 23, 2014 - 12:20:30 AM

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This children's book is lovely from the cover page right through to the final one. It is so well-drawn and colorful that children won't want to put it down or even share it with their siblings.

I received it late yesterday afternoon and when my husband and I retired for the evening, I shut the television off and read him the charming story and guess what? He, too, loved everything about it! So that makes two of us.

I also loved the fact that the writer left plenty of space on each page so that a child can draw or write his or her own little story.

My final words: Yes! Yes! Yes! I will and already have recommended this book to others! Thank you for giving me a chance to read it.

Martha Stevens-David.
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Marie Callegaribelieves the book will aid parents in instilling a healthy internal dialogue, positive self-image and happy disposition in their children. Further, it ties the science of the universe and spiritual energy to childhood reading and the development of a rich imagination. She hopes to reinvigorate a love of reading in children, with positive messages that every family can enjoy.

"The book itself is a parable about life, with several universal messages that inspire, no matter the age of the reader. The book appeals to the dreamer in us all."

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