Our kids’ greatest asset is their age as they are now in the blooming season of their creativity, passion, and curiosity. These qualities are incredibly powerful in propelling them to achieve their dreams. And when they understand that their age does not define potential and possibilities, they will be able to lead the way into the future with courage and confidence. 


Therefore, we should never let them think that there is a specific timeline to pursue their goals and fulfill their mission. By encouraging them to reach beyond their perceived limitations, we help them build the faith needed to challenge the expectations that come with their age. 


And so, this February, in celebration of the Second Anniversary of the Neighborly Reviews Bookcast, the 55th Anniversary of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, and Black History Month, we want to give a special nod to all children of all colors, races, ethnicities, and faiths. We want them to remember that they are never too young to achieve their dreams and live their purpose. Hence, we are reaffirming our dedication to providing these resources for the success of our little ones.

And so, one of our favorite neighbors is spreading black inspiration to all children, regardless of their age, color, and background, to follow their callings, pursue their passions, and become the best versions of themselves. 

We cordially invite you and your little ones to join David Newell (who played the beloved Mr. McFeely on Mister Rogers Neighborhood), our John Masiulionis, and Little Forrest for Ep. #24 of PR From The Heart’s Neighborly Reviews Bookcast, as they share two amazing books from Crystel Patterson’s Inspired To Be Series: One Flip, Two Flip, Three Flip, Four and Too Young To What?. 📚

We encourage you, our fellow neighbors, to support Crystel’s Inspired To Be Series by purchasing and enjoying these empowering reads with your little ones:


PR From The Heart’s Neighborly Reviews Bookcast is proud to support Reading is FUNdamental Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh chapter of the oldest and largest nonprofit children’s literacy organization in the United States, which helps to provide children from low-income households in the city with the necessary resources, motivation, and opportunities to develop a life-long love of reading. 📖✨

Last year, Reading is FUNdamental Pittsburgh helped to place over 100,000 books in the hands of over 23,000 children in Pittsburgh who needed them most. 👦👦🏿👧👧🏿

Should you feel guided to make a contribution to Reading is FUNdamental Pittsburgh, to support their wonderful organization and their mission for the children of Pittsburgh, you are welcome to donate via their official website: https://bit.ly/3LFpZcx.  💛


Neighborly Reviews Bookcast Episode #24: One Flip, Two Flip, Three Flip, Four & Too Young To What?