Sticks Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-28 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 30 user ratings

" Even better than expectedI love all of Diane's books and this one is no exception. Such a great message and adorable illustrations with wonderful art projects to tie in. " said.

" A rhyming tale with a purposeA story of a stick who thinks he’s ordinary, but it truly is a story about all of us. We all have a purpose. Cute illustrations! " said.

" Beautifully written and illustratedThis book made me smile while reading it and I am 36. Amazing story for kids to learn never to give up and try new things, then they will find their purpose. Highly recommend. " said.

" She’s done it again!Another great book from a great author! I can’t wait to read this to my daughter she has me read all the books as bedtime stories for her. It’ll be another great read to my preschool class as well! " said.

" Simple story and wonderful message.My seven year old said she really loved the sun art especially. She really liked the pencil and paintbrush, she thought they looked so real. She liked the part about how to make the birdhouse, she's planning to make one now! Another wonderful story! " said.

"I love Sticks!

A sweet , fun, artsy, and inspirational book all in one! What fun to read this authors books! Sticks goes through a journey from what he once was to what he becomes. With the help from blue bird and others, his confidence builds and he becomes more than what he ever thought he could be. I loved how the scribble crew was planted in this book. Makes it so fun! Then, an added attraction is there for you at the end of the book! Fun stick project kids will love making. This is a book for kids and adults to enjoy together!
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"The Stick Who Had Lost His Way

This is a story of stick and twig. Stick is all upset because he went out on a hot day and his sweet popsicle melted away. Now he is just a discolored stick. What can he do. What can he do? Twig calls to him from the tree. He takes him on a walk to show stick what others had become even though they started out as a stick. Will stick get some good ideas? Will stick get happy?
This story is great to teach kids to never give up. To recycle, and to listen to your friends. There is a craft project inside. I won't tell you what it is, but it's perfect.
I found this book on a website for free for an honest review.
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"Perseverance, Starting Over, Cheering friends on...

Sticks emphasizes that there are times when we feel lost & need a fresh start.
The main character, Stick, struggles in Perseverance during those moments of feeling lost: “I’ll always be just an icky, sticky stick”
Then we see the special role of encouraging friends:
“Please don’t be afraid to try something new”
“We believe in you, you are amazing”
“It is never too late to have a fresh start.”
Sticks helps us to learn both the giving and taking of encouragement.
As always, Diane Alber offers Life lessons for all of us.

I love the Brief cameo by Scribble, from I’m Not Just A Scribble
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