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More love for I Don't Want to Move!

Charoltte I dont want to move
Carolyn Watkins has created a masterpiece with 'I Don't Want to Move!' The story of Charlotte is not only relatable but also incredibly empowering for children facing change.

 

As a parent, I appreciated the positive message about resilience and the importance of embracing new experiences. My kids loved following Charlotte's journey and were inspired by her ability to turn a challenging situation into a positive one. The book's vibrant illustrations and heartfelt story make it a standout.

Zara Brown

Goodreads Review

 

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More love for The Knock

IT IS TOUCHING AND REAL

I really liked the book The Knock: A Collection of Childhood Memories. It has so much kindness and at the same time there is sadness, fear and sadness. The book touches the deep feelings of the reader, since it is about the closest people – parents, namely the father of the girl, who had to leave them to fight in Vietnam. Probably not everyone can feel it, but the author gives us such a chance to understand how children feel when this happens to them.

 

I think this is a very interesting book, and undoubtedly the author did a good job. I think the book deserves your attention and your free time. I have good impression after reading the book, it is touching and real. I enjoyed it a lot and advice you to read the book.

Julius Z

An interesting approach to the presentation of their thoughts. Illustrations that complement my impression of the book.
The Knock
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