What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
  • What Do You Do With An Idea
ISBN: 1938298071
EAN13: 9781938298073
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 1, 2014
Pages: 36
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 10.6" L x 9" W
Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

This is the story of one brilliant idea and the child who helps to bring it into the world. As the child's confidence grows, so does the idea itself. And then, one day, something amazing happens.

This is a story for anyone, at any age, who's ever had an idea that seemed a little too big, too odd, too difficult. It's a story to inspire you to welcome that idea, to give it some space to grow, and to see what happens next. Because your idea isn't going anywhere. In fact, it's just getting started.

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5
   Read this to every student.
This book is very important to me as a secondary teacher. The majority of students at school are scared to fail, afraid of risk, and not willing to generate their own ideas. The book addresses that very well. Every classroom on the planet should read this book. Awesome and Creative! !
 
5
   Bought book for start-up board
I got this book for all of the board members and staff who bought into the crazy idea we could do something about the disease, because I loved it so much. Our doctors, scientists and community members loved it! Anne Messenger is from New York.
 
5
   So darling
We just got the book and are reading it. It's the prettiest book. It is encouraging to you that it is telling kids to use their imaginations and not listen to what others think of their ideas. The art work is the most precious thing that I have ever seen, and the little boy girl in this book is the prettiest thing ever. I can't wait to read the other books by the author.
 
3
   Great book, little flaw
I was excited to receive this book, but when I looked at the pages, there were two stuck together. When I was separated, they ripped a bit. It was a bad day. I'm excited to share the book with my girls. Pictures bring the story to life while also giving room for imagination to grow as a parent reads along.
 
5
   Great book!!!
I read this book as a mystery reader. We got the other books from Kobi Yamada, too, and love them, so I am sure every grade will find a difference sense in the story. It is!
 
5
   Must get this book
The book is beautiful. I don't have kids but I couldn't help it. Beautiful illustrations and a good message. I first read this in a bookstore and am in love with it. I told myself that I needed to get this for my kids.
 
5
   "Hey! I have an idea!"
My grandson says Hey! at least once a day. I have a new idea. It's hard to be enthusiastic about all of his ideas. Every child deserves such enthusiasm and to have others nurture those ideas. When they are nurtured by others, they learn that their ideas are valuable, and they begin to nurture their own ideas. What Do You Do With a Problem is a beautiful book that I bought for him. He loves them both and asks me to read them a lot. He sees the sparkle in his eyes when he thinks about the power he has over his life. We talk about his ideas, his problems, or examples of ideas and problems in my life or his. I was asked to read it again. And I do, as well.
 
5
   I used to teach entrepreneurship classes to high school students ...
I used to teach entrepreneurship classes to high school students and I am very passionate about education. I often think about how important it is to develop these skills at an earlier age with younger kids at home. The nail on the head is hit by this book. Every child should own this book.
 
4
   Son likes it; very pretty illustrations
My son is more fond of this book than I am. My son will usually complain about black and white illustrations, but he doesn't seem to mind the illustrations that are sweet and beautiful. I like the synopsis of the story, but it seems repetitive to me, as though it's not really saying anything. That is just me. My son likes it, so that's all that matters.
 
5
   For Children and Research Teams
I've been using this book with my research teams for a year. It is a great way to start a large project.
 
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