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This Is Sadie by Sara O'Leary and Julie Morstad

Your imagination is the strongest force you can possess, and this is a story about imagination. Albert Einstein said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." 

I fell in love with the concept of This Is Sadie. How can you not, when it teaches you to travel into your mind and embark on an adventure that anything is possible. You can make and do and be lots of different things. 

 Sadie sometimes lives inside a book. Sadie sails all the way around her room and back again. 


The book also teaches kids about respect:
"Sadie has learned to be quiet in the mornings 
because old people need a lot of sleep." 

And, the book teaches kids about responsibility:
"When it's time to start the day,
Sadie tidies her room." 

But best of all, it teaches kids about one of my favourite things: Imagination.



And my favourite line of all (apart from the "books" image posted), is this:

"Sadie likes to make boats of boxes 
and castles out of cushions.
But more than anything she likes stories,
because you can make them for nothing at all." 

This Is Sadie is a delightful book that'll take you places far, far, away. 

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Blog post by @ShilpaRaikar (Creative strategist, decor enthusiast and book lover, who also writes for a branding blog: thinkblink.ca/blog, as well as a lifestyle blog: sukasastyle.com T: @SukasaStyle) 



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