Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts
This book was about the strengths of introverts and how to get over shyness and stage fright. It was very helpful and taught strategies and different ways to tackle obstacles as an introvert. The author referenced kids whom had obstacles they didn’t want to face but they found a way through it. The book covered both genders, even though different, they all have one thing in common, they are all introverts. The plot was a guide to help introverts improve their characteristics. There weren’t really characters, except for the kids she referenced. I did get to learn about the kids, and I could relate to them because I am also an introvert. The language was very easy going and had new vocabulary for me to learn. The illustrations were suitable to the topic it portrayed. The author is an authority on this subject and her references are true and believable. You should definitely read this book if you or someone else is an introvert because it really helps. Ages 10 and up should read this book.
|Author||Susan Cain • Gregory Mone • Erica Moroz • Grant Snider, Illustrator|
|Page Count||288 pages|
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|Category||Health, Fitness & Dieting|