Incorporates Entrepreneurship Into The Story

One of the reasons we love reading is because it's a way to learn about our world. Cheryl at Cover Lover Book Review agrees, and says anyone who reads KidVenture: Twelve Weeks To Midnight Blue will learn a lot:

This book has a bit of a nostalgic flair to it, I suppose because it brought me back to my childhood when my brother and I sold greeting cards door-to-door to earn summer money. (It was safer to do so back in my day.)

When I’m reading any non-fiction, fiction, adult, or children’s book, I like to learn something new. Whether it’s learning about the world, history, or even myself. This book is a wonderful learning experience for young people like Chance. It teaches about money, math, building character, and what it takes to start and run a business, but it does so in a fun storybook tale...

I enjoyed how the author incorporates the elements of entrepreneurship into the story, showing the benefits of responsibility, teamwork, negotiations, problem-solving, and more. I can see it being an entertaining learning experience for young readers and their parents and will most certainly become a spark of inspiration.

Thank you, Cheryl. We hope to inspire many young readers!

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