Bookish Witch

I AM: An illustrated book for Adults & Children by Reshma Budhia

Blurb (as on Amazon):

He wanted to figure the perfect gift and that took him on this amazing journey…that helped him discover himself! A relatable and curious book about questioning the myths around Creativity and discovering the essence of it. From adults to children, everyone will find this relatable. Perfect for adults & kids alike.

Genre: Fiction/Comic Book/Picture Book

Pages: 41

Format: Kindle eBook

Price: 49 INR/$0.99

My Rating: 4.4/5

Two young boys (children) try to figure out the perfect gift for their art teacher. While this is no easy task, because they think they’re not creative enough, they manage to create something awe-aspiring. How they do it is something we can all learn from.

What I liked about the book:


-> Each page brings on a smile because it is so aesthetically appealing.
-> The takeaway is something we can all imbibe in our daily lives, both children and adults alike.
-> The creative process is explained comprehensively and simply.
-> The message of ‘we’re all creative’ is motivating and gives us the confidence to think out of the box.

What I did not like about the book:


-> I wish the book explained the making of the gift, how the process of creating it was enjoyable and learning, and even a bit of explanation on what the gift actually is.

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