The Power of kid’s Imagination . . . Book by Matt Williams and Elizabeth Collyer

My book review … 🙂  


Compelling, heartrending story of boy and his many dreams. He is wondering how he supposed to know which job is right for him, especially when they are so manny things that he wants to do when he grows up. The story reminded me of a time in my childhood when I imagined being able to do so many things.

Matt Williams and Elizabeth Collyer are slowly but surely creating the perfect picture book for young children. Matt’s inventive rhyming text is perfectly matched by Elizabeth Collyer’s character-filled illustrations. The book is beautifully written, the dreams are thrilling and although some of the it are very possible, they are still very interesting. Every page oozes warmth and humor. There is a special hidden message among the words, which says that all jobs are important

This is a gorgeous bedtime story, or anytime story. And I’m already looking forward to recommend this book to all my friends and readers with kids. I believe that this is a great gift for a Birthday or other kid’s holiday! I am sure that this book it will inspire avery kid to share his/hers favorite dreams.61nvCLLb+pL._SY498_BO1,204,203,200_

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