March 5, 2017
5 Books to Help You Raise Happy, Thoughtful Tweens and Teens
by Kari Ness Riedel
Founder and CEO, Bookopolis
On Penguin Random House’s ReadBrightly Website
“Growing up, I never thought of myself as a “creative” person. I’m not artistic or musical and lack other abilities I consider part of the “creative arts.” Reading this book opened my eyes to a broader definition of creativity and the value of creative thinking in problem solving and innovation. It’s a quality I want my kids to embrace to help them be positive contributors to the world. This is an accessible, fun, and inspirational book about what creativity really means with simple tips for how to support creative thinking in kids and adults.”
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