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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Leadership is a skill that can be learned, but it takes work because there are many factors to consider. It is not only about giving orders but also a decision process to decide on the most suitable actions and then carry them out. To be a good leader, it is necessary to develop broad criteria, which children can begin to acquire with Lead Like a Lion: A Photo Book with Real Animals about Mental Strength and Confidence for Kids. A leader is a guide and leadership is a quality that will be useful for a lifetime. With this ability, children will learn to solve problems and will see that they can do things on their own using their own resources. Sonny Swinhart and Sandy Swinhart explain that it is not only about giving orders but helping others to do better.
I enjoyed Lead Like a Lion for its advice. A leader faces difficulties, but he is not alone, he has a team that he helps to develop so that they can achieve together. I adored the analogy of the lion because this animal is a good leader; it protects its family and hunts food for them. The lion is a good example of leadership qualities because it not only directs but also takes responsibility. Sonny Swinhart and Sandy Swinhart outline the attributes that a leader should have. The real photos of the lions are fascinating, very high quality, and from great angles, using light and shadow appropriately to reinforce the visualization of depth.