Sunday, July 19, 2015

Pink Tears: by Hana Goldberg eBook (Ages 3-9) Review


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 "One day, when everyone was playing with everyone else, nobody played with Lolly. She stood apart, tears filling her throat..."

 Author: Hana Goldberg


 "Lolly reminds us that it is possible to write about feelings with intelligence and talent, without getting into tiresome didactics." Parents and Children

"...'When it hurts inside, you must let the pain out...' This is the message of this poetic essential book ... a book of depth and beauty written to give substance to an abstract for children, who will be glad for the happy end. Highly recommended." Children's Literature (Bergson, Ministry of Education)

“Small book with great strengths… Must read for people of all ages.” largest daily newspaper in Israel - Yediot Achronot

Hana Goldberg is a Lifetime Achievement Award winner from Israel's Association of Authors and Composers (ACUM), a bestselling and critically acclaimed Israeli novelist and poet and an A-list lyricist with hundreds of popular songs and many #1 hits. Hana has written many bestselling books and she is a frequent guest on Israeli television shows and has her own column about literature in Israel's most popular web portal - Since her first book at the age of seventeen, and through her bestsellers and hundreds of songs, Hana has been a strong and original voice in Israeli culture.



 I was happy to get this eBook titled Pink Tears by Hana Goldberg.  I like that this books shows that emotions should not be held inside, but released, talked about and resolved.  It is a good read for little ones and a great way for parents to introduce the subject of hurt feelings and ways to settle them. 

I received this product from Giveaway Services in exchange for a review. All my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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