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Why children should dream big

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Denise Turney

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Dreams may signal that a person is hopeful, engaged with life and encouraged. Dreams are a big part of many children's lives. They reveal a child's inner thoughts, motivations and aspirations. Dreams that a child has may also hint to that child's destiny.

During Saturday's July 15, 2017 Off The Shelf Book Talk Radio show, book author Denise Turney will explore the role that dreams play, especially when we are children. Our special Off The Shelf guest on Saturday, July 15 at 11am/EST (New York City time) is Dr. Sonia Leverette. Sonia is an educator, a wife, a mother, a consultant and a public speaker. She is the author of several books, including BJ’s Big Dream and He Never Slumbers. 

Join us by dialing (347) 994-3490. 

Bring your questions. Dr. Sonia Leverette is an accomplished educator who might have the very answer that you're seeking as it regards your child's dreaming, motivation and education. 

Remember, Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 11am/EST

Dial (347) 994-3490

Tell your friends, family, colleagues and book lovers everywhere!

See you there!

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