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The Dandelion Who Refused to be a Weed by Ann

Title: The Dandelion Who Refused to be a Weed The Dandelion who

Author: Ann

Publisher: Troubadour Publishing Ltd – Matador

Published: November 20th, 2014

Rating: 5/5

A delightfully illustrated book telling the story of Delores the Dandelion who can’t understand why she is called a weed as she believes she is just as beautiful as the other flowers. The book is beautifully illustrated, the story well presented and the morals that could be drawn from it are fantastic! Sometimes it isn’t how others see you but how you see yourself and behave that counts – a great lesson for young and old alike.

This book will be great for anyone trying to improve the self esteem of youngsters who see themselves as lacking in anyway compared to their peers. It values and promotes self-worth in an easily understandable manner that could be invaluable with individuals and classes alike. I highly recommend this fantastic book.

Thanks to the author, publishers and NetGalley too for letting me read this book in exchange for this, an honest review.

Copies of this book are available from a variety of sources, including:

amazon.co.uk      amazon.com         

4 comments on “The Dandelion Who Refused to be a Weed by Ann

  1. Ann
    December 15, 2014

    Thank you so much for this wonderful review of my book. It means such a lot! Ann

    Liked by 1 person

    • bicted
      December 15, 2014

      My pleasure, Ann – I really liked it, you’ve encapsulated a powerful message in a manner that children will find easy to relate to – brilliant!

      Like

  2. Ann
    January 7, 2015

    Thank you. I hope to publish another two books later this year: ‘The Owl Who Didn’t Give a Hoot’; and ‘Inspector Bee of the Hive’, both with their own humorous and unique messages/stories! I wonder, as a first time author, if you might be able to suggest some good ways to get ‘The Dandelion Who Refused to be a Weed’ out there? Social media seems to move too fast for the ‘newbees’ to get noticed!

    Liked by 1 person

    • bicted
      January 8, 2015

      I’ve emailed you some suggestions – hope they help and more people get to read your books 🙂

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