Have you ever wished you were someone else? Many of us have. 🙋‍♂️🙋🏿‍♂️🙋‍♀️🙋🏿‍♀️

It’s hard not to compare ourselves to others, especially when they seem to have it all figured out. 😔

That feeling is terribly awful. But it’s even worse when we see our children having that same feeling. 😞

The most important thing we can teach our kids is how to be strong enough on their own, so they don’t need validation from others. 🙏🏻

We need to teach them that they are enough just as they are, and we can do this by showing them how awesome it feels when someone else believes in them as much as we do. 💜

And so, three of our fellow neighbors are helping children to discover their innate power to be what they want, to find confidence in their own attributes, and to believe that they are good enough in their uniqueness, and not in comparison with other people. 👦👦🏿👧👧🏿

We cordially invite you and your little ones to join David Newell (who played the beloved Mr. McFeely on Mister Rogers Neighborhood) and our John Masiulionis for Ep. #16 of PR From The Heart’s Neighborly Reviews Bookcast, as they share Jennifer Decker’s Oliver and the Wishing Star, Mariah Kalungu’s AMKA! Little Lele: You’ve Got All You Need to be Great, and John Parra’s Growing an Artist: The Story of a Landscaper and His Son. 📚

We encourage you, our fellow neighbors, to support Jennifer, Mariah, and John by purchasing these empowering reads and enjoying them with your little ones:

🌟 Oliver and the Wishing Star: https://amzn.to/3ylgoTx
🦁 AMKA! Little Lele: You’ve Got All You Need to be Great: https://bit.ly/3aGqWmm
🎨 Growing an Artist: The Story of a Landscaper and His Son: https://bit.ly/3xfSd87

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/38ef33c. 💛

 

 

Neighborly Reviews Bookcast Episode #16: Oliver And The Wishing Star/AMKA! Little Lele/Growing An Artist