What Do You Do With A Problem

I’m so happy to see that more books are being written with a focus on children solving their “problems” with finding the gift instead of focusing on the “problem.”

What Do You Do With A Problem

The illustrations in this allegory are perfect for the story as they are drawn as an ominous shadow, a coming storm cloud and as the cover shows, a young boy battling a rainstorm with an inside out umbrella.

As the author suggests, there are other ways to see a “problem.”  If you face the problem, you may just find it’s not as big as you thought.



I mentioned more books being written on this subject and I reviewed:
Filling Your Bucket on a parallel subject.


Until next time…
Turn the page.


What Do You Do With A Problem

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