N The whole story is like that jolt of energy and joy from first sip of coffee or a stunning view or seeing a friend sip of coffee or a stunning view or seeing a friend around the corner to meet you or the first sentence of a good book hopeful beautiful and full of possibilityIf you re feeling a little lost or
Not As Creative As You D Like To Be Check as creative as you d like to be check this book A story like this that s told in rhymeWill appeal to children every timeTelling children like this what they cannot doMakes them want to make dreams come trueA brilliant book well illustrated and toldLikely to become a classic for young and oldI imagine children will want to take a lookAnd read re read re read this bookThanks netgalley for enabling me to read this brilliant book for childrenI would like to update this review to add a big thank youTo Wylde Scott the author of this book tooMy review was based on an e version of this bookNow I ve a hardcover copy to take a lookThe real book is even better and I hope will inspire others to seeTo uote Wylde ScottAll that s possible and what could be The formatting of this book is very neat looking when reading it on Bluereader the illustrations are cute and fit the story well The text is very poetic and easy to read out loud as it should be as childrens books are often read out loud but at some points it loses its rhythm The message in the book is strong and the author encourage children to follow their dreams In the imagination everything is possible it is when you grow up you start to meet all the impossibilities In a uirky and fun way the book tells the children that they can do and be whatever they dream to be dreaming is a huge part of childhood Completely magical Written in gorgeous imaginative rhyme The illustrations are delightfully dream like and complement the author s words to perfection When I was growing up my mother wouldn t allow me to say I can t She taught me an important lesson that there was nothing I couldn t do if I wanted it bad enough and was willing to work hard enough to do itThat there is no can t there is only I won t or I don t want toThis book empowers and affirms dreams of children to do even the impossible The rhymes and ar. Children from believing Wylde Scott believes that all children should live in a world of endless possibilities In this beautifully illustrated picture book Wylde takes your child int. .
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An Honest Review Allhonest review All which I have downloaded from NetGalley have been placed on an eponymous separate shelfI really enjoyed reading The Possible Police It s a lovely book with beautiful illustrations and a wonderful moral to the story This would be a great story book suitable to use with young children It demonstrates the power of our imaginations and the unstoppable force which we all individually are Its use of font size to add interest and engagement alongside the illustrations which add greater meaning to the story make this a book which stands out from the crowd After reading the blurb I desperately wanted to read this book and can honestly say that I was not disappointed at all Unfortunately reading the book on my Kindle I was unable to see the illustrations in the beautiful colours shown on the front cover and read the book in black and white However I am positive that the colours used would give the story greater depth and increase interest for younger readers Very cute i loved that people were telling the main character no you can t and the main character told them
basically yes i can have you tried it it will help instill in ids to reach for their dreams even ifyes i can have you tried it it will help instill in ids to reach for their dreams even if is out of the norm Don t be fooled by the child centric description this picture book is perhaps important and poignant for adults than any other ageThe Possible Police will do anything to discourage whatever they haven t done thought or said before But our mischievous and imaginative narrator is far clever and far determined to live the life and do the things and say the words he wants On every page Scott s imagination comes
life in color and lush dreamlike pictures showing readers of all ages that the only person who decides what s possible is youI may have read a digital copy of this book but I intend to buy a print copy as soon as it s available I love the spunky style of the narrator and the way the reader can gain vicarious pleasure from the fact that his imagination is so strong he ll always be 3 steps ahead of the Possible Police who try to eep him dow. What happens when you remove all obstacles to a child’s imagination Anything is possible Unless of course you let The Possible Police stop you They will do whatever it takes to stop. Twork are reminiscence of Dr Seuss The message is clear don t listen to the nay sayers dream big and believe in yourself Presented in a fun colorful and imaginative way This story is positive cheerful and energeticI also love the fact that the story features a girl Even today often in spite of our best efforts some girls get the message thereto life in
are things they cannot do We are the possible policeWe now everythingAnd yet you stillimagine thingswe have not thoughtandthings they cannot do We are the possible policeWe now everythingAnd yet you stillimagine thingswe have not thoughtand not seenHow can this beAnd I repliedIf I dreamand then believenothing in the world is impossible for me I enjoy the positive attitude of the main character in the book He doesn t listen when the Possible Police tell him he can t do things As a parent and a teacher I don t think ids hear the positive enough Many times we are stuck telling them they can t do something they may learn not to try The artwork is beautiful as wellI will definitely recommend this book to readers of any age any level I plan to add this title to my personal collection Now THIS is the ind of book I want to read to my child for I want her to dream big and achieve anything and everythi I received an eARC of this book from Natgalley and the publisher for review thanks for that This is an illustrated children s book where the main character is trying to dream and achieve the impossible but eeps being thwarted by the possible police A group of people meant to fill in for society as the naySayers The possible police track her at every turn and tell her "It S Impossible To "s impossible to all that you dream of They even try to lock her in her bedroom but she eeps running away from themThe dialogue between the two was the best part The back and forth was really enjoyableThe illustrations have a dream like uality to them and are done in pinks and vivid blues and really cutesy colors that will catch a child s attention I thought the illustration of the girl looked rather older all through the book than in the opening scene I don t now if that was intentional to represent her sticking to her guns throughout life or just a flukeIf I had any younger siblings or cousins this would be a great present. O his boundless imagination as he fights off the possible police Join him as he inspires children to truly believe and teaches them that no one can stop them from doing what they drea.