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BOOK REVIEW # 2016-093 – DRAWN TO THE 80’s

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This book is a wonderful illustration of how we as a young child, and our children today, would always take things they hear so literally.

Here’s a few examples of simple sayings we hear each day as adults, sayings which we all know the meanings of. Now put that inner-child of yours to use, and envision what comes up in your mind as a young child for the following:

All in the same boat.

Bend over backwards.

Break a leg.

End of the road.

Hold your horses.

It’s a piece of cake.

Out on a limb.

Put your money where your mouth is.

This is the premise which Lori Ferraro uses in creating this adorable book. She uses her son, Sam’s creative ability and his young mind, and asked him to draw pictures for the titles of the songs she loved listening to as a teenager.

While this book is geared for young readers, I feel their parents will enjoy just as much if not more due to its nostalgia.

For allowing its readers to see the creativity of a young child’s mind, and for the adults to remember the days of their youth, I’m happy to give this book 5 STARS.

I read this book via a Amazon-US KINDLE unlimited download.

US: https://www.amazon.com/review/RRENG0W5XXQNJ

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3P86IZELU0LTK     



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I hate it when a book’s title seems to be targeting a certain audience of potential readers; such as this book for people who are turning 50.

I’m certainly past 50, in fact I’m happy to say I’m in my FOURTH milestone year of life, I’m 65. I found this book to be a great source of enlightenment for individuals of any age.

Dr. Kyle has written her book like a pyramid with each chapter building on the previous one. Depending on the chapter, she presents key questions her readers should be asking themselves, thought experiments, and most important activities which can enhance what has been read in that chapter.

Since I retired when I was 59 I couldn’t even begin to imagine being free to do whatever I’d like to do and when to do them. My biggest achievements in becoming the “new me” and enjoying life I way I want instead of the way I had to, working has too many restrictions.

At age 61 I began fulfilling my dream of being an author, self-publishing my debut romance novel, a sweet MG/YA Paranormal entitled, “I Kissed a Ghost,” which I released a month short of my 62nd birthday. Two years later released my second book. Along the way I decided to start my 2nd second career as Book Reviewer, which I’m enjoying tremendously. To celebrate my 65th year of life, I’m stepping out of my comfort zone in writing to write an erotic novella, which is in addition to my two other writing projects.

Because of the way the KINDLE version is set up, allowing you to jump to a related section of the book by simply clicking on the blue writing I would recommend this version over the paperback.

Age is something in the mind and for allowing its readers to see that, I’m giving this book 5 STARS.

I read this book via a KINDLE Unlimited download.

US: https://www.amazon.com/review/R5QC33QPY8RWO

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3OK2Z4956KMMG

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