“Big Feats” Children’s Book Review


Emma's Children

Jeff Botch’s new book, “Big Feats,” does just that – shows children how to achieve their goals and discover their courage. Botch helps children explore their emotions in a positive way they will understand and presents messages using examples they will encounter.

Most parents would agree it is important to talk about feelings and show how to express oneself without bottling it up. “Big Feats” puts your child in a situation they very well may have or will experience themselves. The character, probably around age ten, goes through challenges and typical feelings that kids experience like losing at a sporting event or anger.

“Big Feats” even touches on some of the harder issues our kids face like being made fun of, getting laughed at, and wanting to give up. The book is highly relatable and I would recommend it to children seven years and up. This book can help your…

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