Dream It & Do It Book Review

I got an ARC and it needs a little bit of editing. A couple of names were messed up and some words were runtogether. I still lack an understanding as to how this can happen in the modern day and age, with all of the easily accessible spell checkers, but I digress. (Yes, the above error was purposeful)

I’d like to see this book become part of a series, with more obscure jobs and manual labor jobs brought to the table.

It was written by a mother for her daughter, so unsurprisingly there are more women mentioned than men, that was pretty cool.

There were only two people who I completely skipped reading about. Ginsburg and Thunberg. I glossed through a few more. J Alexander, Bill Nye, Kizzmehia Corbet, and Stephen Hawking.

Enter the giveaway

Dream It & Do It introduces children to a wide range of

career possibilities at a young age. Readers will explore 100 stories

featuring 100 role models, each one showcasing a different career

choice. Dream It & Do It was recently awarded a coveted Readers’

Favorite 5-Star Review from the largest fully-accredited book review

platform, 1st place for short stories (Royal Dragonfly Book Award) and a

Gold Mom’s Choice Award.

To me this is not the type of book you read as an ARC, because it is a hundred little sections and it would be funner to read it over a hundred days


Author: Esther Jackson

I am a young United States citizen. I've been mostly home schooled. I have no plans to go to college or university, but I plan to never stop learning. I'm the second youngest of seven. I love to teach. I feel called to design and sew modest clothes. I adore reading and chatting about books

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