Book Helps Youth Plan For Future Careers – Dream, Do It!

It is not too early for you to help your child think about their future and the career they will choose. Starting in youth looking at things they enjoy and considering if it will be a career will help them decide what will be what they want for their future. They get to learn about what is available to them and they have time to explore their many options. The book we are featuring and reviewing today for the book tour and continuing tomorrow with more details is “DREAM IT & do it: 100 Possibilities, Stories, Real-Life Role Models for Girls and Boys — Inspiring All The Things You Can Be” by Holly Sharp. It is a book with great graphics and details about a wide variety of careers to consider.

This book introduces children to a wide range of career possibilities at a young age. Readers will explore stories featuring 100 role models, each one showcasing a different career choice. Dream It, Do It was recently awarded a coveted Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Review from the largest fully-accredited book review platform, 1st place for short stories (Royal Dragonfly Book Award) and a Gold Mom’s Choice Award.

DREAM IT & do it

“DREAM IT & do it: 100 Possibilities, Stories, Real-Life Role Models for Girls and Boys — Inspiring All The Things You Can Be” by Holly Sharp is a Children’s Non-Fiction book designed for ages 3-7, but older elementary will benefit from it as well. Personally, I see it as best for elementary and middle schoolers, but the earlier you talk about possible career choices it will help youth find the work they will enjoy. They can try out all the options out there for them. This book is helpful. It is beautifully designed with awesome illustrations. I understand why this is a reader favorite book. It is wonderful book. I would recommend it for families and schools. It is a nice way to introduce various careers to youth.

This is a quick read with a great format. There is an illustration of the subject and a page or page and a half about the person and career idea. It talks about 100 career ideas popular today. They will learn a little about such careers as writing, performing, business, nature, designing, service, discoverers such as physicists, and more. Well-known people in these careers including Dr. Suess, Danica Patrick, Bill Nye and Ruth Bader Ginsberg are featured. Then a little about the career and information about the featured person are mentioned. The element at each point for the career gives advice if the youth is interested or thinking about the career. There is usually an activity related to help them decide if it is a career they really will like it or not. This book is fun and beneficial to youth. They can enjoy activities that are fun while also taking part in something that will help them decide if a career is something they really will want to do.

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Readers will continue to be inspired through the coordinating activity volumes. Find the paperback.

Meet the Author:

Sharp spent the bulk of her career in new product development—dreaming up intuitive ideas from how to kill bugs to new ice cream forms to hit grocery shelves. A self-proclaimed problem-solver, she loves to think about the things that the world needs and figuring out how to make those things come to life. Learn more about her in tomorrow’s blog, which is linked here, but if you can’t wait I have included links in the Connect With the Author section of today’s blog.

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NOTE: This blog was written with and provided by media kit information from the iBOOK BOOK TOURS Host team. The book review element is my own as they provided the book for me to read and give my honest thoughts.

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