A child reminds everyone to embrace their own special something in this joyful expression of self-love.When a drawing of a little girl comes to life, she boldly declares that she doesn't want to be erased, or put into a picture that doesn't feel like her true self. Instead, she decides to speak up in a powerful way. And she has some words of advice: embrace what you have, love yourself, and "rock what ya got." In this affirmation of self-identity and girl power, a child's memorable mantra offers a timeless lesson, reminding readers of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities that it's okay to be yourself. Bold illustrations from Kerascot (Malala's Magic Pencil) bring the engaging story to life....
|Title||:||Rock What Ya Got|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Rock What Ya Got Reviews
“Once upon a blank piece of paper, where anything could happen ...”
The artist creates Viva, but feels something isn’t right. But when the artist tries to erase the drawing, Viva grabs the pencil to stop her. “Excuse me, lady, artist, ma’am, but I like me the way I am. Before you change one line or dot, can I try ... to rock what I got?
The artist decides to make changes anyway. Again and again she tries to change things, but it still Viva on the page, arguing her cause: “Rock what ya got and rock ...more
Theme: Loving yourself.
I love the rhythm of this book! I could hear myself singing it in my head!
I love the illustrations in this fun book but, more than that I love the message to "Rock What Ya Got"!
A good story to share with young readers that encourages self acceptance.
Recommended for ages 4-6.
An drawing interacts with her artist to let her know she is great just the way she is!
I really hate when adults write picture books for other adults and then say they’re meant for kids. This is meant for adults as some sort of stupid “inspirational” and “youthful” perspective, but it’s too old for kids and not enough adults will care because there are approx. 1,000,000 more books out there with the same theme.
I loved the pictures and, of course, the message is very positive (an on trend for picture books right now). However, it is difficult to read the book since the lines rhyme, but don't have matching meters.
4 stars for the illustrations and message