A tinsel-glitzy setting that will charm the most reluctant of readers.
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Temecula, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2010
“Sewing a Friendship” is an unusual, inspiring artistic conception/creation about empowering girls to overcome obstacles and use creativity to grow together.
Created by 10-year-old author/illustrator Natalie Tinti, “Sewing a Friendship” is a truly unique and life enhancing book. Although the target audience might well be 7-10 years old girls, the positive messages about inclusion and imagination will also appeal to others from teens to adults. “Sewing a Friendship” is brimming with color, imagination, vibrancy, and life. Real problems do occur and can be surmounted with courage and creativity. “Sewing a Friendship” delivers a great jolt of positive thinking wrapped in a tinsel-glitzy setting that will charm the most reluctant of readers.
This review has been provided to the Helen C. White Library’s “Cooperative Children’s Book Center” (University of Wisconsin, Madison) where it will be made available to school and community librarians throughout Wisconsin’s public school systems and community libraries. This review has also been provided to the Cengage Learning, Gale interactive CD-ROM series “Book Review Index.”
Reviewed by James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Midwest Book Review
For more information go to: http://tintinatie.com ($12.95, 9780984262519, 88 p, soft cover, & $15.99, 9780984262502, 60 p, hard cover with jacket)