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What Do You Do With An Idea - Book Reviews

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Happy Children's Day to all the curious creative children out there!

What Do You Do With an Idea - Kobi Yamada with Mae Besom answer that for you.

Children all over the world are changing the world. They have opportunities like never before to create new pathways, look for solutions and right the wrong. Children are leveraging technology and books to know more, learn more and be more. But it is not the technology that is making children better thinkers. It is the manner in which they engage with it.

It is our duty as adults to build curiosity and encourage creativity. One way we can do that is by engaging children to look deeper into the ideas that they come up with. There are a few ideas that vanish within a flash. Some ideas stay with us for a little while longer but don't excite us. But some ideas make us dream bigger and reach farther.

Om Prakash Gurjar, liberated child slaves in India and won the International Peace Prize when he was fourteen years old. At seven years old, Akrit Jaiswal performed surgical procedures and is today striving to find a cure for cancer. Greta Thunberg at the age of fifteen inspired millions of children and adults to call for a stronger action on climate change.

Children have the potential and ideas to make the world a better place. When children have an idea that keeps them up at night, it is time to develop it into something more.

How do we embrace an idea?

How do we nurse an idea?

How do we make our ideas take flight?

Find out by reading What Do You Do With an Idea.

It is one of the best children's books you can gift and use to engage with children to help them nourish an idea and change the world in their own way.

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