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Review: What If You Could by Lynne Harley

A little caterpillar is hanging out on a branch with big dreams. There is a positive and negative voices competing for his attention.

This is a beautifully drawn book. Each page has a few rhyming sentences with an eye-catching image. The story is simple and yet shares a big idea.

Everyone deals with both positive and negative self-talk. Negative self-talk can be so detrimental that some of us spiral into depression (I’ve been there). The negativity can be so loud and demanding that it can be hard to ever realize that there is anything good in life and that we can achieve what we want.

His voice was belittling the little caterpillar. Luckily, the positive voice was louder, and the caterpillar realized he could fly!

I read it to my almost three-year-old grandson, who loved the book. It is cute and teaches children to believe in themselves.

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