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Management consultant by day, novelist and poet by night, Charles resides in the Nation's Capital with his wife and three kids. A self-proclaimed foodie and lover of naps, when he's not playing golf he can be found traveling the world with his family.
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Wishing Upon a Star
by Charles Curry Jr.

Overview


A dad teaches his kids how to wish upon a shooting star and explains everything that goes into making that special wish.
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Description


Colorful illustrations bring this task of wishing upon a star to life, making subjects exciting and teaching children how they can use their imagination to wish for anything, while the father explains how wishes centered around kindness and curiosity can promote inclusion and make the world a better, safer place.
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Overview


A dad teaches his kids how to wish upon a shooting star and explains everything that goes into making that special wish.

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Description


Colorful illustrations bring this task of wishing upon a star to life, making subjects exciting and teaching children how they can use their imagination to wish for anything, while the father explains how wishes centered around kindness and curiosity can promote inclusion and make the world a better, safer place.

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Book details

Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Subgenre:Dreams

Language:English

Pages:30

Hardcover ISBN:9781667862507


Overview


A dad teaches his kids how to wish upon a shooting star and explains everything that goes into making that special wish.

Read more

Description


Colorful illustrations bring this task of wishing upon a star to life, making subjects exciting and teaching children how they can use their imagination to wish for anything, while the father explains how wishes centered around kindness and curiosity can promote inclusion and make the world a better, safer place.

Read more

About the author


Management consultant by day, novelist and poet by night, Charles resides in the Nation's Capital with his wife and three kids. A self-proclaimed foodie and lover of naps, when he's not playing golf he can be found traveling the world with his family.

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