I've been wanting to give away a signed copy of the new book I illustrated What Are You Thinking? in preparation for its release in July.

It's been almost two years since Valerie and I first met and started to toss around ideas. In some ways that seems like a long, long time ago. In other ways like it was just yesterday.

Initial response to the book has been wonderful, and we couldn't be more thrilled to finally have it in our hands. Valerie is a talented author whose message is sure to touch many lives. I'm honored to have been given the opportunity to be a part of her vision.

A couple of reviews:

"Fantastic! I love to see these principles taught in a fun way to kids. I will definitely share this book with my children, and strongly recommend that if you want to give your kids a tremendous advantage for reaching their highest potential, you'll do the same." --Garrett B. Gunderson, Entrepreneur and New York Time best selling author of Killing Sacred Cows

"At the earliest age our children need to be introduced to the idea that their thoughts are powerful. They need to be taught how to become more aware of how their thinking affects every aspect of their lives. Our children are not taught how to do this. I applaud this simple but powerful book for introducing this critical concept at the earliest of ages." Gordon S. Bruin, M.A., L.P.C., American Board Certified, President, Innergold Counseling Services, Inc.

In celebration, I'm giving away a copy of the book. All you need to do is comment on this post and tell me:

1. Why you'd like like to have a copy--either for yourself or a child in your life.


2. Why you believe positive thoughts are so important.

The deadline is two weeks from today: midnight (mountain) Wednesday, July 7. U.S. residents only.


ali said...

Wow, this books sounds fantastic! Congratulations on your upcoming release and the positive reviews!

I'd love to win a copy of this book ~ there are lots of children in my life, but I think this book would be especially sweet for my niece's sons who've had a hard life. They've suffered from abuse and oftentimes, I think, feel that they aren't worth anything.

And positive thoughts? Man. Don't we all need them? Every day? It's like that thing they tell you in customer service ~ people will complain to a bunch of people if they get rotten service, but hardly tell anyone at all if they have great service. I think we should strive to turn that around ~ tell people what good they do, we all need to know someone appreciates us for some reason.

Congrats again!

Cathy Witbeck said...

Lori, I would love to have a copy of your book simply to gaze adoringly at your illustrations. They are so sweet. I also want to read it and have it on hand in my little library of darn good kid's stuff.

I think positive thinking is important because our actions start with our thoughts. If you start your day thinking in a positive way, (wow that was so Dr. Suess) you will get more done and feel better about what you accomplish.

Kudos to you two for writing about such a great topic.

Cathy Witbeck said...

Lori, I would love to have a copy of this book simply to gaze adoringly at the marvelous illustrations. Also I would love to read it and have a copy on file in my "Dang Good Books for Kids" section.

I think that positive thinking is important, because our thoughts lead to our actions. If we start our day with a positive thought, we will be more productive, happier and feel better about what we accomplished when we are through.

Kudos to you two for writing about such an important topic.

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