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What Are You Afraid Of?

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Paperback, 26 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Createspace
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Kari
Jan 06, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2012, ipad
Along with YA and adult fiction, I do read a fair amount of children's books. Why? Because I have 2 children, of course. Books are a wonderful way of conveying information and solutions to problems to small children. What Are you Afraid Of? is a great books for kids who have fears. All children have fears at one time or another. I read through it first and while I really enjoyed it, I decided to put it to the "kid" test. My kids really enjoyed it. The photos of the dogs were amusing and added gr ...more
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Ever since she was young, Kiki Howell has loved to listen to a well-woven tale with real characters, inspired plots, and delightful resolutions. Kiki could spend hours lost in a book, and soon she knew that creating lives, loves, and losses with just words had to be the greatest thing that she could do. To that end, she pursued her study of literature and writing, earning a bachelor’s degree in En ...more