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Dream It & Do It Blog Tour: Review & Giveaway

We often encourage children to follow their dreams, but before everything else, we should help them figure out what their dreams could be. What would be a better way to do so than telling them success stories in real life? This is exactly what to expect from Holly Sharp's award-winning book Dream It & Do It! Check it out and enter to win a signed copy!

About the Book:

Book Title: Dream it & Do It by Holly Sharp
Category: Children's Non-Fiction (Ages 3-7), 216 pages
Genre: Children's Non-Fiction
Publisher: Dream It & Do It LLC
Release date: Nov 2020
Tour dates: Jan 6 to Jan 22, 2021
Content Rating: G for everyone.

Dream It & Do It introduces children to a wide range of career possibilities at a young age. Readers will explore 100 stories featuring 100 role models, each one showcasing a different career choice. Dream It & Do It was recently awarded a coveted Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Review from the largest fully-accredited book review platform, 1st place for short stories (Royal Dragonfly Book Award) and a Gold Mom’s Choice Award.

“Dream It & Do It by Holly Sharp is a perfect book for young kids who want to find their place in this world and what they’d like to be when they are older.” (Readers’ Favorite).

Readers will continued to be inspired through the coordinating Activity Book wherein 100+ activities teach your child about today’s career paths. Book can be purchased as a full collection or in 3 individual volumes. Find the paperback version on Amazon.com and hardcover on dreamitandoit.com.

Buy the Book:

Amazon | Dream It and Do It | LuLu

My Review:

Although written for young kids, Dream It & Do It is a very informative and inspiring book for readers of all ages. The stories are short and easy to follow, featuring role models of different genders, enthnicities, and backgrounds. Covering people from all walks of life, the stories are organized by the type of career being pursued, such as artists, scientists, service providers, business owners, product developers and so on. Each story not only tells about what dream each person has, but also focuses on the actual steps they have taken to turn their dreams into reality, which are essential to their success.

By telling real life stories, the book delivers very important and practical life lessons. While the stories help broaden our view about all the job possibilities, they encourage young readers to take action toward their goals instead of just dreaming about them. And the earlier you get started, the better. The stories show that in order to succeed, one needs to be persistent, and not to be afraid of making mistakes or failures. The book also inspires everyone to make a difference in society and help make the world a better place to live in. I highly recommend it to parents who are looking to help their children find their passion and start following it at an early age.

About the Author:

Holly Sharp spent the bulk of her career in new product development—dreaming up intuitive ideas from how to kill bugs to new ice cream forms to hit grocery shelves. A self-proclaimed problem-solver, she loves to think about the things that the world needs and figuring out how to make those things come to life. “Knowing in high school what I wanted to do with my life set me up for the right path. I wanted the same for my child and searched for books to guide her, but came up short,” Sharp said. “That’s when I thought, ‘why not write the book for my child that she needs and that will also help others?”

Connect with the author: Website | Facebook | Instagram

One lucky reader will win an autographed copy of Dream It & Do It!

Giveaway ends 1/28. Open to US 18+ only. Please enter using the widget below. Good luck!

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Disclosure: I received a free book to facilitate my honest review. All views and opinions expressed are my own.Giveaway is organized by iRead Book Tours. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for winner selection or prize fulfillment.

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