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Do you read-ish?

Do you read-ish is my non paid book review on the story book ish by Peter H. Reynolds..

I have always seen the book but never picked it up and read it. Until a couple of days ago.
My oldest son was able to pick 12 free books from his school and ish was one of the books. I told him oh wow I have always seen this book, have you read it yet he said know.

So with that said we proceeded to read the book and at first I was thinking to my self I wonder what this book is going to talk about.and as we read the book it was about a little boy named roman who loved to draw all the time but one day his older brother laughed at him for drawing and it discouraged him. And since his older brother laughed and said it wasn't good drawing he throw all his pictures and art supply away and gave it up until his little sister saw him throwing away his stuff and she showed him her room and it was filled with all his art and that brought joy to him, she told him that she like his vase picture because it looked vase-ish and she saw somthing he didn't see.

Now as a mother I thought that was beautiful for his little sister to be keeping all his drawing he gave up on because it shows how much love his sister has for him.
From a person who loves art and fashion and not the best in drawing I know where he's coming from. You try hard and your picture doesn't come out the way you thought it would but at the same time your ish picture is your perspective of art and it is as better and awesome as any other artist. I told my son this is a great book because it teaches you, never get discouraged with what you believe in and to always practice your art or whatever you want to accomplish and you will be the best at it and I will always love you and your craft you every decided to do. So I feel if you have a kid that's feeling discouraged that there not good at something this is a good book to read them.

~Now that's life.TheFLandF~

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