The World Needs Who You Were Meant To Be
This beautiful teacher's pick book is a sweet reminder to children everywhere that we need all kinds of people in this world; the artists, the gardeners, the engineers and scientists.
We all have different gifts to offer, and the world needs all of them. We may all learn differently, and operate differently, but differences are to be celebrated, because the world needs all of us. We are each an original, with unique contributions to offer. This book illustrates and celebrates that our individual gifts we have to offer the world are what make us special.
The World Needs Who You Were Meant To Be by Joanna Gaines
Book Review by Jeneka Ossa
Description from Amazon:
In the #1 New York Times bestseller The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be, Joanna Gaines and illustrator Julianna Swaney celebrate how creativity and acceptance can come together to make for a bright and beautiful adventure. The book follows a group of children as they each build their very own hot-air balloons. As the kids work together, leaning into their own skills and processes, to fill the sky with beautiful colors, we discover that the same is true for life--it's more beautiful and vibrant when our differences are celebrated.
Together with Joanna, you and your kids will take a journey of growth and imagination as you learn in full color that:
We should celebrate every child's one-of-a-kind strengths as well as teamwork and acceptance of differences
Everything can be made more beautiful when we share our talents and abilities
We should lend a helping hand and do our best to take care of one another
The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be is a vibrant picture book perfect for:
Parents, libraries, classroom story times, and discussions about diversity and being a good human being
Households that enjoy watching Chip and Joanna on Magnolia Network and HGTV's Fixer Upper
With plenty of pink, a bounty of blue, orange and green and yellow too, this vibrant hot-air balloon adventure celebrates every child and teaches kids that we are in this together. "You're one of a kind, and it's so clear to see: The world needs who you were made to be."