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In a soft comfy nest in a safe warm place there snoozed a great big orange thing called the Yes He was snug but the Yes had a Where to go to So he left his nest and we. Here s what I loved and why I would ordinarily have given this book an easy 5 star reviewThis book is beautiful Each spread is beautifully constructed There s a lovely flow to the language and the use of font sizes and positioning of the text in places makes it a joy to follow on the page As an adult I love its message of empowerment and self belief The world is full of Nos and we could all use a little of that fearless determined persisting in the face of adversity Yes in our lives And here s why I have to balance that with concern that it is unsuitable for the Picture Book age readerThe Yes on his journey defies all the Nos He climbs a tall tree No you ll fall crosses an unstable bridge It s too rickety and jumps into a river No no no it s much too deep No beware amongst other things I feel that although the empowerment message is a worthy one these Nos are the sort of Nos that we tell very young children for their own safety and I m not at all comfortable with the fact that this book challenges the No means no message that is vital for under fivesMaybe if the journey hadn t involved danger Maybe if this was Can and Can t instead I think it is a wonderful book uirky and beautiful but I wouldn t advise it as responsible to read to a child under 5 Sorry but no I can only give it 25 stars on the reasoning that I find myself polarised completely depending on the age and maturity of the child reading itADDITION Picture books are traditionally aimed at the 3 5 years bracket I have spoken with the publishers of this title and they have informed me that their target audience for this title is 6 years My review I hope fairly reflects that buyers ought to be aware of the reader agematurity issue

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The Yes author Sarah Bee

Nt trundling out But the Where was an endless place of Nos They teemed and seethed They picked and nipped and snipped and snicked The Yes yessed in all his goodness an. The Nos noed and noed and noed in numbers no one could count The Yes only yessed in all his goodness and bigness and yesnessOther reviewers have expressed concern that reading this book to very young children might somehow confuse them about how important the word no is especially when coming from a parent Maybe just talk to your kids explain the difference teach them the lessen Don t let books parent for you For older kids and even for this 26 year old The Yes has beautiful language and a message about perseverance and self belief The world will no at us from all directions and we must fill ourselves with a great big yes in response

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D bigness and yesness But was he strong enough to overcome them‘Kitamura is one of the world’s most original and stylish children’s illustrators’ Sunday Times.. Wanna teach persistence Use this book For any age Preferably for adults


10 thoughts on “The Yes author Sarah Bee

  1. says:

    The Yes leaves a comfortable existence to get to The Where but a swarm of No's will try to stop any movement forward Great

  2. says:

    A big orange Yes leaves the nest to explore the Where The Where however is the home of the Nos Every obstacle Yes tackles the Nos tell him no But one Yes can stand up against many NosA story about self confidence and optimism this book has colorful illustrations to hold the children's attention The text reminded me of Dr Seuss A story to be read aloud with an animated voice

  3. says:

    Here’s what I loved and why I would ordinarily have given this book an easy 5 star reviewThis book is beautiful Each spread is beautifully constructed There’s a lovely flow to the language and the use of font sizes and positioning of the text in places makes it a joy to follow on the page As an adult I lov

  4. says:

    Every once in a while someone creates a picture book whose message is universal Sarah Bee's THE YES is that book Give this to every graduate whether from grade school high school or university because along the way to their next adventure they'll be many Nos on the way but the Yeses can always succeed With language that is a bit Seussical and made up words like trickety lumpen thereish and flundering THE YES tells the story of th

  5. says:

    The Nos noed and noed and noed in numbers no one could count The Yes only yessed in all his goodness and bigness and yesnessOther reviewers have expressed concern that reading this book to very young children mi

  6. says:

    Really interesting and thought provoking book about the power of saying yes instead of NO Whilst the highly philosophical nature of this book m

  7. says:

    The yes is one of these fantastic books that makes you think about your basic assumptions Why is the world always so in favour of the 'no' an

  8. says:

    I reviewed this one here Spoiler it's very good

  9. says:

    Wanna teach persistence? Use this book For any age Preferably for adults

  10. says:

    Someone should just read me this book every morning 3