Monday, June 2, 2014

Wisdom Tales: Book Review

I received these two great books to read and review from Wisdom Tales Press, a company dedicated to providing great books full of moral lessons for children and adult alike.   They have a great selection of award winning books  from great authors and artists for children and teens.  They have so many books that I would love to read with my children  during the school break this year. I brought this book during our three days trip to California last month so the kids will have something to read during our long flights.  
The first book that I would like to discuss is the "Never Say a Mean Word Again" which is very important for children to learn at a very young age.   This book teaches children how to deal with kids who say mean things to you.  Normally, when someone  say mean thing to you, you tend to retaliate by   doing the same but in this book, the boy  handled it so well by  setting a good example to the boy who said mean things to him.  My daughter love this book and it gave her a lesson to be more understanding  to her brother even at times when he annoys her  so much.  
"Never Say A Mean Word Again" is a  A Tale from Medieval Spain by Jacqueline Jules and illustrated by Durga Yael Bernhard.  It is a  charming story of conflict resolution between two boys, one Jewish and one Muslim, that was inspired by the real-life actions of the Jewish poet Samuel Ha-Nagid. With today’s bullying problem, this is a wonderful story for all children today.

You can watch the  video below for it's short introduction.


The second book is the  Horse Raid: The Making of a Warrior by Paul Goble. This was riginally published under the name Lone Bull’s horse raid in 1973 (the year I was born, wow!)  I have always  fascinated with the Native American history so this one  answers to a lot of questions a I have in mind prior to reading the book.  This book is an advanced copy but this will be released this month so you can grab a copy when it is available in the bookstore or online already.
In this book I learned that during  the tribes of the American plains in the Buffalo Days of the pre-reservation life, horse raiding was a chance for men to show their courage and bravery in battle. This depicts the bravery of a young warrior who wanted to prove his worth by joining the warriors on a raid against the Crow.  This book really entertained my thoughts during our flight to California.  It made the time fly by so fast.
If you are looking for  great books to buy for your children, I highly recommend  Wisdom Tale Press.  They  have a great selection of  books that  your kids can learn lessons to.  You can check them out by visiting their website or by following them via Pinterest and  Facebook.  Thank you so much Wisdom Tales Press for these  books!

Disclaimer: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is not in anyway influenced by other factors. The product/s mentioned above was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.

20 comments:

  1. Will definitely find and check these books... simple gift for my baby girl

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  2. This looks like a great book and it's very timely in today's generation

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  3. very nice! my daughter knows what all the mean like for example dont say someone is fat instead she a bit big for something hehe. so she learned things like that so she wont hurt anyone elses feelings

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  4. oh, love the titles already, speak of really good read full of values for kids

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  5. i also beleive that a kids should be taught of good and bad at an early age. would love to have this book.

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  6. Great find, Rose. Kids nowadays must be guided well to avoid falling into the indifference and unkind acts of the world. I taught my kids to stand up for themselves but to practice patience when they are faced with annoying people.

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  7. A good read I guess. Pwede kaya kay Baychot?

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  8. Wisdom Tales book are amazing and really love their books. I reviewed four books from them and love it. I love the paperback too so I can read the story over and over to my kids especially b4 going to bed :-)

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  9. I really love books and seeing good books like these for children makes me really happy as I know many children will benefit from reading them.

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  10. I would love to see my son read books like this than play with his iPad all day. I'd check out some of these Wisdom Tales books soon.

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  11. yey! I would like to have this book. It's important that our kids will learn how to be respectful instead of being mean to others.

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  12. Everytime K finishes reading a book, my first question is; What's the moral lesson of the story?" :)

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  13. this sure looks like a great read. a perfect book to teach children invaluable lessons about life. i hope i will also get the chance to review these books :)

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  14. I would like the book Never Say a Mean Word Again. I think it's good they make books of this sort. Teach kids in a manner that they may understand. Will have to check them out.

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  15. This sounds like a great book for kids!

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  16. These look like really good books for children, it's best to get them interested in reading as soon as possible.

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  17. I really like the idea of learning how to deal with people who say mean things and not stooping to their level. The first book sounds great so does the second which has a great story!

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  18. I like the first book you reviewed sis, the Never Say A Mean Word Again. I could use that for my two older boys maybe it will help them not to annoy each other with mean words.

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  19. Looks like an awesome book to read with the children.

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  20. I love the lessons being thought in these books.

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It's always a pleasure to read what you have to say! Thank you!

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