Review by Ms_Rita30 -- The Mountain and The Goat

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gabrielletiemi wrote:
22 Jul 2020, 04:52
This book seems very educational, teaching kids about kindness. Children's book that bring a lesson are so interesting. Thanks for the informative review!
The virtue of kindness is a must learn for children and adults as well.

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This review is well done. The book makes me miss those days when I thought I'd always get what I want. It is truly important to teach children to plan the future

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Creativity, planning, and resourcefulness are key! It sounds like this mountain (and goat) have much knowledge to impart on the younger generation. Thanks for your lovely review!

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I like how the book creatively teaches kids on how to plan ahead. Thanks for the wonderful review.

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Thanks for the review! You have adequately explained it; I was captivated. Nonfiction books are a big thing to me now. I'm excited to know the thoughts and values this book has to offer when I get to read it.
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The sentence, "we can't always get what we want on a silver platter. There's the need to work before we earn, and in most cases, this requires creativity, planning, and resourcefulness" is quite meaningful. Thanks for your brilliant review.
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Sounds good. Nice review :)
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JeanyJean wrote:
22 Jul 2020, 16:16
This review is well done. The book makes me miss those days when I thought I'd always get what I want. It is truly important to teach children to plan the future
And the hard realization that you wouldn't hits like no other. Thanks for your comment.

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AvidBibliophile wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 02:09
Creativity, planning, and resourcefulness are key! It sounds like this mountain (and goat) have much knowledge to impart on the younger generation. Thanks for your lovely review!
It really does. Any child would really gain a lot from it.

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Slater678 wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 10:47
I like how the book creatively teaches kids on how to plan ahead. Thanks for the wonderful review.
That's the interesting thing about this book. It creates an exciting learning experience.

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Miks_solon wrote:
24 Jul 2020, 02:07
Thanks for the review! You have adequately explained it; I was captivated. Nonfiction books are a big thing to me now. I'm excited to know the thoughts and values this book has to offer when I get to read it.
Children could do with a little nonfiction every now and then. You definitely won't be disappointed.

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sanjus wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 01:10
The sentence, "we can't always get what we want on a silver platter. There's the need to work before we earn, and in most cases, this requires creativity, planning, and resourcefulness" is quite meaningful. Thanks for your brilliant review.
The sentence indeed has a deep meaning. Upon its realization as an adult, you begin to see things differently, think differently and for the better too.

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riyosha wrote:
26 Jul 2020, 23:58
Sounds good. Nice review :)
Thanks for dropping by.

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If I had children this is the kind of books I would buy for them. Great review!

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damis wrote:
29 Jul 2020, 16:01
If I had children this is the kind of books I would buy for them. Great review!
I share your sentiments. Thanks for dropping by.

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