Everyone’s Contributions Count

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 05 Mar 2020

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Amelia is a smart, clever, independent thinker and very capable of solving problems.  She loves to get things done efficiently and on her own.  She is about to learn a very valuable life lesson.  Flyng solo can limit your own capabilities.  

Through different scenarios portrayed in the book Amelia learns to become a team player and to value and respect other people's thoughts, feelings and contributions.  Not only is it a necessary skill to have but it's also very enjoyable when you can work with others successfully and appreciate the skills and ideas that they have to offer.  

This is the latest book in the "Without Limits" book series.  This is book number 6.  The illustrations are wonderful and are full of emotion and activity.  The book has a great positive message that teaches kids at an early age to be accepting, inclusive and to be open to other people's points of view.  The title is spot on... "Everyone's Contribution Counts."  Sharing individual uniqueness is a truly wonderful thing.   It can result in lasting friendships and the realization that others have fresh and amazing things to offer to a conversation, a game or a project, just to name a few.  I love the whole vibe of the book and I highly recommend it.
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I loved this book! The illustrations went great with the story. I love how he used multiple scenarios to show how to appreciate others. Even in personal life, and not school or sports. This will teach kids of all ages, and I think it can also help adults too!
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An ARC of this book was sent to me to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers.

This is the 6th book in a series and although I haven't yet read the other books, I found this one to be really good. This book teaches children the value of working as a team and valuing and respecting other peoples thoughts, feelings and contributions. The book gives 3 steps for children to think of and remember to help them put this into practice which is repeated through the book. 
A lovely story with a great message within it for all children.
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