Dream It!: A Playbook to Spark Your Awesomeness


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$16.95  $15.76
Magination Press
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8.5 X 10.9 X 0.3 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author

Sara E. Williams, PhD, is a licensed clinical child psychologist who specializes in assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with chronic health conditions. Dr. Williams has coauthored multiple research studies, chapters, and a book on cognitive-behavioral treatment of chronic pain syndromes. Dream It!: A Playbook to Spark Your Awesomeness is her first book for children. Scott Stoll asked himself a question: "If I could do anything, what would I do?" His answer resulted in a quest for happiness around the world on a bicycle (32,344 miles, 4 years, 59 countries, 6 continents). Since coming home, Scott has continued living his dream by spreading his message of finding happiness through writing books, including Dream It!: A Playbook to Spark Your Awesomeness, and working with kids of all ages. He has also been honored to be named the Cultural Ambassador to Argentina by the U.S. Department of State and has received the Hosteling International's "Spirit of Adventure Award". Follow him on Facebook: @ScottyStoll and Twitter: @ScottStoll.


"Dream It! oozes empowerment with every page. Readers will leave this text feeling enabled and ready to communicate their goals with others." --Children's Book and Media Review

"My youngest daughter loves to have books that she can fill in and capture things about herself that will let her find out more about herself. This book really allowed her to identify goals, dreams and more and it made her think broader about the world that she wants for herself.... The book also does a great job at motivating and inspiring and if your child is anything like mine, this book will bring hours of insightful fun!" --Dad of Divas

"Fun and engaging, while also intelligent." --Ohio Psychological Association