We have been having so much fun at our virtual Story Time over the last few weeks. Join us on Facebook Wednesday April 8th at 10:00 am for this week’s Virtual Story Time and watch to the end to learn how you could win a copy of this book. This week’s book is “I Wish For You” by David Wax and Brett Blumenthal a mom and dad team who both live in Charlotte, NC.
A Little Bit About “I Wish For You”
WHAT DO YOU WISH FOR YOUR CHILD? WHAT KIND OF PERSON DO YOU WISH FOR THEM TO BE?
I Wish for You explores the characteristics and values we hope our children will adopt, and how they can be learned from the wondrous creatures on this planet. From the kindness of a panda to the strength of a bear to the cleverness of a monkey, the natural world has so much to show and teach us. In I Wish for You, David Wax and Brett Blumenthal communicate to children the qualities we all wish for them to embody to grow up to be strong, secure and happy individuals.
A Little Bit More About David and Brett
Dave Wax is a fun loving Dad who lives for fishing, hiking, snowboarding, and all things outdoors. He is a Consultant, an Entrepreneur, and a Creative who enjoys time with his family and dreaming of ways to make our world a better place.
Brett Blumenthal is International bestselling author of the 52 Small Changes series. She has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Spa Magazine, Stuff Boston, American Fitness, The METRO and Organic Spa Magazine. Brett has appeared on NBC, FOX and CBS, as well as on Martha Stewart’s Whole Living Radio Show – on Sirius Radio. She was a regular contributor on Better Connecticut (WFSB – CBS, Hartford, CT) and MyFox – 25 in Boston, and now is a regular contributor on Charlotte Today (WCNC – NBC, Charlotte, NC).
After having her son, she started her art and illustration career and opened Tiny Toes Design as a wildlife artist. She partnered with her husband, David Wax, to create the book I Wish for You, for which she did all of the illustrations.
Brett received both her MBA and Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University. She now lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband, son, dog and cat.