How Big Is Your Brave?

Ruth Soukup (Author) Alison Friend (Illustrator)
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Description

How do you teach a child to dream big and shoot for the stars? In this inspiring story, a young bunny named Zippy dreams of traveling to space. When the opportunity to attend space camp arrives, she worries she might not be capable enough to compete with other kids. But Zippy's desire to build her rocket is bigger than her fear of failing, and through hard work and creativity works to make her dreams come true.

New York Times bestselling author Ruth Soukup empowers children everywhere to dream big and live a life they love. How Big Is Your Brave? encourages readers to face their fears and overcome obstacles in order to follow their dreams and reach their goals.

How Big Is Your Brave? is:

  • Great for boys and girls, ages 4-8
  • An excellent choice for STEM storytime and sparking discussions about STEM fields
  • A great resource to teach young children about confidence, self-esteem, and the value of hard work

Through whimsical illustrations and encouraging text, children will discover how standing up to fears (both big and small) makes them stronger and unstoppable.

Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Zonderkidz
Publish Date
May 05, 2020
Pages
32
Dimensions
10.4 X 0.3 X 10.2 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780310766605

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About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Ruth Soukup is dedicated to helping people break through fear and create a life they love. Through her top-ranked Do It Scared(R) podcast and her popular blog, Living Well Spending Less, she provides easy-to-follow guidance for following your dreams and reaching your goals. She is also the founder of the Living Well Planner(R) and Elite Blog Academy(R), as well as the author of five bestselling books. Her practical advice has been featured all over, including in Women's Day, Entrepreneur, Family Circle and Fox News. She lives in Florida with her husband Chuck and two daughters, Maggie and Annie.

Alison Friend is the author and illustrator of Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules, which Kirkus called a playful, lighthearted lesson about peacekeeping and place-keeping. She is also the illustrator of Making a Friend by Tammi Sauer. She lives with her family in the Lake District in England.

Reviews

'In this inspiring story, a young bunny named Zippy dreams of traveling to outer space. When the opportunity to attend space camp arrives, she worries she might not be capable enough to compete with the other kids. But Zippy's desire to build her own rocket is bigger than her fear of failing, and through hard work and creativity she ends up making her big dreams come true! Through whimsical illustrations and encouraging text, children will discover how standing up to fears both big and small will make them stronger and unstoppable. With encouraging phrases that can turn into your personal slogan, such as 'You're why must be bigger than your fear, ' this is such a wonderful illustrated book with a great message for adults and children alike. Generally suited for children who are mature readers as this book is a longer story and has advanced words. But don't let young ones miss out - it's a great read aloud story to encourage social emotional development in children. It's a book that touches on bravery, resilience, confidence, facing fears and overcoming obstacles. I also think it can be a sweet gift of encouragement for adults.' - Paws and Pages by Annie--Paws and Pages by Annie
'This is a cute and encouraging book for children to conquer and face their fears. It has some great inspirational quotes in it that are great for children to think about when they are unsure or afraid. This book encourages children to follow their dreams and has some adorable characters and illustrations.' - All Books Great and Small--All Books Great and Small