That's a pretty bold statement in this self-esteem obsessed world of ours, isn't it?
I must say, I have always wondered what all the hoopla was over it, though. I mean, really, is there a person out there who feels positive about everything about themselves every minute of every single day?
I don't accept review requests very often; but when Barbara Esham asked me to review 4 picture books in The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses series, I didn't have to think twice. They're right up my alley, and a much needed addition to the world of children's literature.
Normally, I'm not interested in books that clearly set out to teach something, but somehow these are different. Children will be able to see themselves in, and learn along with, each of the main characters. Katie, David, Stacey, and Max all start with a black and white view of intelligence, and end up with a much more colorful one.