The Magical Sunglasses by Nicole McGrath

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source: free review copy via Authoright

Summary:
What would you do if you had one day with magical powers? This fun, bouncy read captures the imagination, and demonstrates the power of courage and self-belief. Inclusive book for early school aged children. Message for everyone.

Information about the Book
Title: The Magical Sunglasses
Author: Nicole McGrath
Illustrator: Nick Roberts
Release Date: 26th September 2019
Genre: Picture Book
Page Count: 20
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48248795-the-magical-sunglasses
Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Magical-Sunglasses-Nicole-McGrath-ebook/dp/B07VWD43FN

My thoughts:
The Magical Sunglasses is an adorable young children’s book about a teacher who gives her class magical sunglasses so that they can each face their fears. One by one, each student puts on the sunglasses and finds the encouragement they need. One of the kids is afraid of the dark, one wants to do better on tests and another is afraid of heights.

“The teacher listened and listened, and she felt so pleased.
With the magic of the sunglasses, there was much they had achieved!”

With adorable, vibrant and inclusive illustrations The Magical Sunglasses is a great book for young children that sends the message that the strength you need is inside you all along.  You just have to believe in yourself.

Special thanks to Authoright/Clink Street Publishing for my copy.  The Magical Sunglasses is on virtual tour, see the rest of the stops below.

Tour Schedule:

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Monday 30th September
Amazeballs Book Addicts

Tuesday 1st October
Jazzy Book Reviews

Wednesday 2nd October
Dash Fan Book Reviews

Thursday 3rd October
The Bookworm

Friday 4th October
Amy’s Bookish Life

Saturday 5th October
Donna’s Book Blog

Sunday 6th October
Girl Who Sciences

Monday 7th October
Chrissi Reads

Tuesday 8th October
A Daydreamer’s Thoughts

Wednesday 9th October
Splashes into Books

Thursday 10th October
Big Book Little Book

Friday 11th October
Mixing Reality with Fiction

Saturday 12th October
Another Book Brain

Sunday 13th October
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Author Information
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Nicole McGrath is a paediatric occupational therapist from Melbourne, Australia. Personally seeing the success of bringing self-belief into the lives of children with varying abilities across the world; including Australia, Uganda, and the United Kingdom, Nicole McGrath wrote ‘The Magical Sunglasses’ to help bring the powerful message of positive thinking out of the therapy clinic and into family story time.
She currently works in a specialist centre for children with cerebral palsy in Cardiff, Wales; and as part of the role, is being increasingly asked to present at national conferences on a self-belief based therapy technique, where she is covering new grounds and educating therapists internationally.
Being an avid traveller, surfer, snowboarder, and cyclist, Nicole is an adventurer with a ‘go for it’ attitude… with the belief that the release of The Magical Sunglasses will provide the biggest adventure yet.

Website: www.themagicalsunglasses.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/NM_Sunglasses

Instagram: http://instagram.com/themagicalsunglasses

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Disclaimer: This review is my honest opinion. I did not receive any kind of compensation for reading and reviewing this book. I am under no obligation to write a positive review. My free review copy of The Magical Sunglasses was courtesy of Authoright. Some of these links are affiliate links.

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