Have You Ever Had The “Whatever” Attitude? 2


*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*

whateverI received the “Whatever Wanda!” book from Laura Beth with FlyByPromotions to read and let you all know about. I didn’t really know what the book would be about, but figured just by the adorable picture on the cover, it would be a great read.

The story starts out with the good old morning alarm, and it made me kind of look twice, since the attitude that Wanda has seemed to really resemble me in the morning!! ha/ha  It goes on to be a fun event, that she pretty much misses out on most of due to her negativity.

How many times do we look back and think of the “if I would have only” instances?  In so many situations, we actually lose out on the whole thing due to a sour note.  There are many times that I have to kind of “check” myself and make sure that living with an attitude that would be pleasing to God, my family and myself, in the end.

This book is great for all ages, perfect to be a family reader and allow parents to converse with their kids over this type of  “whatever” attitude.  It also adds some fun with “Mr. Star” hiding in the pages, where you have to find him and see how he’s feeling.  All in all, a great read, a great lesson and absolutely beautiful artwork on every page.  I definitely recommend this book to everyone!

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Whatever Wanda!
from: Shine Bright Kids

The third title in the Shine Bright Kids series, teaches children the importance of having a good attitude.

whateverWanda is in serious need of an attitude adjustment! She doesn’t want to accompany her family to the Rubber Duck Days Festival, and once there, she won’t participate in any of the events or join in with her friends. Soon Wanda receives some helpful advice and learns that:

‘Sometimes you have to believe something will be great before it actually is. Being positive is a choice that makes everything better, not to mention, a whole lot more fun!’

Product Details:

Series: Shine Bright Kids
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Ideals Children’s Books, a WorthyKids imprint (March 31, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0824956680
ISBN-13: 978-0824956684
Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 10 x 10 inches


About Shine Bright Kids
whateverChoose Right. Shine Bright. The Shine Bright Kids series provides children and their families with the tools to teach the importance of making good choices. The series explores such topics as: using good judgment, taking responsibility, having a positive attitude, and demonstrating perseverance. Ages 4 to 8.


About the Author:

whateverChristy Ziglar, financial planner, mother of twins, and niece of legendary motivator and the world’s original optimist, Zig Ziglar, is bringing the same timeless wisdom and ageless advice to an entirely new, younger audience through her Shine Bright Kids picture book series. Christy, her husband, and their twins live in Atlanta, Georgia.


About the Illustrator:whatever

Paige Billin-Frye lives with her husband in Washington, D.C., where she gardens and grows food in her city yard. She has illustrated numerous children’s books and works in a studio over a neighborhood hardware store. Coincidentally, Paige has amassed a collection of rubber duckies of all sizes across the years.


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Carlee C
7 years ago

I am more of the “glass is full” kind of person, but my son and other family members are opposite. It is a challenge to break that cycle, but I just try to remind them of all the happy things.

Daisy
Daisy
7 years ago

LOL, this sounds like such a cute book. It’s soooooo perfect for my son right now. 🙂