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Reviewed by Alyssa Elmore for Readers' Favorite
Do you struggle with listening to your heart? Do you want your children to know how thoughts and emotions differ? Wait For Me! Would You Mind? (Kids' Questions About Life, Volume Two) by Agnes Deglon is an adorable children's picture book for the spiritually aware child. Little Charly Bear is inquisitive about life around him. Older sibling bears, Tony and Vicky, are also curious, but they are more interested in learning about how thoughts, feelings, and ideas occur. Momma and Daddy Bear take their young family for a nature walk, teaching their cubs through experience as the little bears explore. Go on a fun and educational adventure with the Bear family and learn how to distinguish thoughts from feelings and feelings from messages of your heart.
Wait For Me! Would You Mind? (Kids' Questions About Life, Volume Two) by Agnes Deglon is a colorfully illustrated educational story for children. I was impressed with the author's simplified examples of such abstract and sometimes difficult to explain concepts. The illustrations are not only engaging, but lend the reader the ability to visualize what the author is conveying. In all, I enjoyed this book, though I was a little concerned as to the reception by certain children that fancy asking why, but become annoyed when it is asked of them. Beyond that, I believe that this book would be beneficial for those that struggle to decipher ego speak from heart talk. I would recommend this book to parents and children alike, as one is never too old to learn about how our spiritual and physical selves correlate.