The Boy Who Knew How To Believe

The Boy Who Knew How To Believe

By Ashley Scott

Illustrated by Joe Picture Book

24 Pages

Ages 0-99

ABS Press

Paperback – Kindle

“The Boy Who Knew How to Believe” is a story about a determined young boy named Nicky. Nicky has his heart set on receiving something special and strongly feels that he will obtain what he is believing for. He continually thinks about it, talks about it, and acts like he already has what it is that he wants. He becomes somewhat discouraged after a friend tries to place doubt in his mind, but he still carries hope and the belief that he will receive exactly what his heart desires.

My Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A wonderful book about never giving up hope! Nicky sees a boy at the park playing with his dog and decides then that he wants a dog. Not only that but he decides he will get one. Even though others tell him he’s being silly he never gives up hope. I’m a firm believer in positive thinking bringing results so this book was spot on. Another thing we learn from this book is that even though someone else might think your ideas are “silly” or wrong, they are your thoughts and no one can change them but you! Wonderful book with adorable illustrations.

About The Author

Ashley Scott is a former preschool teacher who resides in Cleveland, Ohio with her husband and daughter. She has a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Hiram College. As a teacher, Ashley always enjoyed reading stories to her students, and she wanted to create books of her own that children could enjoy. The Boy Who Knew How to Believe is her first published book. Ashley loves spending time with her family and reading books that promote positivity and growth, and inspire people to achieve their goals in life.

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Huge thanks to Ashley for gifting my family this special book! To get yourself a copy just click on the link below!

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I pray you are all enjoying your week so far, many blessings to you!

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