What Do You Do With a Problem?

What Do You Do With a Problem?

by Kobi Yamada


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943200009
Publisher: Compendium, Incorporated, Publishing & Communications
Publication date: 05/24/2016
Pages: 44
Sales rank: 683
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.50(d)
Lexile: AD500L (what's this?)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Kobi Yamada is the creator of many inspiring gift books and ideas as well as the president of Compendium, a company of amazing people doing amazing things. He happily lives with the love of his life and their two super fun kids in the land of flying salmon where he gets to believe in his ideas all day long. He thinks he just might be the luckiest person on the planet.

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What Do You Do With a Problem? 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i love this boks and great story and Take a Barnes $10 Off coupons code from bookscoupons.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is quite a special book. It reminds me a little of the Give Tree except different theme. I appreciate the delicate way in which the author approaches and executes the topic in a appropriate manner for young children. The art works is done in a smart manner- no color except when liberation is found
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My 7 year old granddaughter enjoyed reading this book and liked the advice she got from reading the book. Thinking of buying the other books from this author.
Kaits_Bookshelf More than 1 year ago
To my delight, What Do You Do With A Problem? is one of those special books that, I believe, has just as much meaning for adults as it does for kids. The book tells the story of a young boy who has a problem that just won’t go away – not through wishing, not through ignoring it, and not through avoiding it. In fact, not only would the problem not go away, but the boy finds that the more he worries about it, the bigger the problem becomes. Does that sound familiar to anyone else because, it sure rang true for me! This book teaches a wonderful message to kids about facing their problems and worries head on and also serves as a gentle reminder for adults – like me! – who struggle with worrying sometimes. The book is beautifully illustrated, showing the boy fighting his way through a rough storm, only to come out on the other side to a lighter, brighter, problem-free sky. I loved this book! I hope you will check it out and share it with the kiddos and adults in your life. Read full review: KaitsBookshelf.com
MomsChoiceAwards More than 1 year ago
A recipient of the Mom's Choice Awards! The Mom's Choice Awards® (MCA) evaluates products and services created for parents and educators and is globally recognized for establishing the benchmark of excellence in family-friendly media, products and services. Using a rigorous evaluation process, entries are scored on a number of elements including production quality, design, educational value, entertainment value, originality, appeal and cost. Around the world, parents, educators, retailers and members of the media trust the MCA Honoring Excellence seal when selecting quality products and services for families and children.
Jessica Rothenberg-Aalami More than 1 year ago
HERE'S THE WAY TO SOLVE REAL PROBLEMS: HONOR THE JOURNEY TO THE ROOT OF ANY PROBLEM. This book inspires you, whether you’re a toddler or in the twilight of life, to face a problem head on. Sure, it’s easy to avoid, hide, ignore, bury, or deny it’s even there. But this story perfectly illustrates the art of unpacking the details of a stubborn problem. Yes! Go ahead and stare into that storm cloud and find your unique route to revealing what they often are: riddles to be solved, challenges to be overcome, lessons to be learned. Staring into the eye of your storm gives you a world of possibilities to harness its now known energy – to see it as unlimited opportunity. This is certainly a better way to solve our world’s most intractable problems. Bravo!