Thursday, April 1, 2010

Kiddie Korner Review: Law of Attraction For Children: The S.T.A.R. Powered Twins


A Law of Attraction Book for Children "The S.T.A.R. Powered Twins Discover the Secret of Words"


Author: Dorothy Lecours

Illustrator: Chrissann Zaubi

ISBN10 : 1601310633

ISBN13 : 9781601310637



About The Book:

THE S.T.A.R. POWERED TWINS Grace and Jace are two very special children on a very important mission. Follow along with them on their colorful adventures as they discover the secret of using THE LAW of ATTRACTION to make their dreams come true!


The WORDS you send out are the FEELINGS and DREAMS that come back to you. ELIMINATE the words: NO, DON'T, CAN'T from your child's vocabulary. Empower your child to use the words, I AM to develop positive FEELINGS, THOUGHTS, and ACTIONS OF GRATITUDE.


This children’s book is a KEEP IT SIMPLE STAR version of the Law of Attraction written for young readers to develop a positive and uplifting vocabulary. Watch as your readers begin to develop an ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE that will expand all their unique talents, gifts, and what brings them joy. All readers globally will begin to LOOK UP and reach for the stars to DREAM BIG! Each reader will view themselves as lovable and one of a kind. Ultimately, you will witness a confident and empowered child when each of these self-esteem strategies becomes a daily practice.


I have designed two websites to empower children to expand their reading vocabulary and self-esteem.http://lawofattraction4children.org/http://lawofattraction4children.com/Hope you ENJOY them and please send the links out to any children or adults that need to be UPLIFTED!!


My Thoughts:

Where should I begin with this one? I received this one for review and it went into my TBR pile with the other review books. (I tend to read them in an unorganized order LOL) Anyway, I saw a review for this one on another blog and went to check it out. The other blogger did NOT like it (which made me wonder about it) so I ran to my book shelf and started reading it ASAP! After the first page I realized why the blogger didn't like it.


Let me say that this is NOT a bad book...it's just a New-Age book, and it's not for everyone. It's not a christian based teaching book and it's based around a different set of beliefs. While I don't necessarily share every POV in the book, it is very educational and POSITIVE! Being positive was a big part of the books message...I thought it was well done. *shrugs* The book was also illustrated beautifully!


I think alot of what was being being presented is valuable no matter what faith or beliefs you have. There were several websites in the back of the book that explain the concepts better than I ever could. One to check out was: oprah.com/anewearth


Some of you, I'm sure are familiar with this but I'm not. I don't want to say that this was written for a "certain niche" but I don't think it would work for everyone. Overall, I had no problems with it.

4 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good book for kids. Personally, I think kids could do with other points of positive view. Discuss differences and similarities with your own beliefs at home. Sounds like a perfect book for that.

    I have an award I'd like to pass on to you: http://melissawatercolor.blogspot.com/2010/04/awards.html

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  2. Hey Melissa! I agree with you on teaching our kids differences, it helps them to grow with an open mind!

    And thank you so much for the blog award!

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  3. Hello, I am your newest follower from the Book Blog Hop! =)
    I don't know why but this cover reminds me of the Care Bears and Babg Hugs & Tugs!

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  4. Elisabeth it does look like that huh? Thanks for the follow!

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