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I Am Bold - For Every Kid Who’s Told They're Just Too Much - cover

I Am Bold - For Every Kid Who’s Told They're Just Too Much

Andie Powers

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Sometimes people tell Bea she’s just too much. Whether she’s bugging her brother like a buzzing bee, helping out a bit too much in class, or blasting her trombone as loud as it goes, she is often misunderstood. While grownups and even other kids might see Bea as loud, we know that she’s got stuff to say, things to do, and friends to make! This story is for the child who lives out LOUD and boldly uses their voice to be heard above the crowd. Bea’s story shows us that when the strongest voices are celebrated, their boldness inspires beauty and positive change all around us.
Available since: 04/09/2024.
Print length: 32 pages.

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