Saturday, November 3, 2007

"I'm OK," says a stick figure crafted from the letters O and K. OK is more than a name - it's an assessment of his so-so talents as a ballplayer, kite flyer, and more. But this is no pity party. "One day I'll grow up to be really excellent at something." In an age when even childhood seems pressure-filled, kids will empathize with OK's modest skills and his zest for trying new things anyway. (review from May 2007 CHILD magazine by Jule Yates Walton)

I found this book review in a magazine I REALLY like a lot, CHILD.
What a great concept for a book,
I think even adults need to remember it's ok to be OK

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