Monday, November 29, 2021

Imagine That by George Yuhasz - Book Tour & Review


Imagine That

By George Yuhasz

November 26 – December 02

About Imagine That

On a night when the sky is full of stars, sometimes there appears light that cannot be explained, even by the smartest astronomers.

We know about comets and asteroids-even shooting stars. We know what these are and they can be explained. But there are flashes of light in the sky for which there is no name or explanation, and to this day they remain a mystery. However, not too long ago a little girl discovered why she was able to see lights in the sky that no one else could see.

My Review
Imagine That is a delightful children's book that showcases the power of imagination. 
A little girl is the only one in her family who can see the mysterious flashing lights in the night sky. But why? What are these strange lights? 
I thought this was a lovely little story. It's easy to read, and young readers will enjoy the magic of it all. The illustrations are wonderful, and the "message" within basically tells kids that with the power of imagination, anything is possible. The little girl in the story wants to be a teacher, and by using her imagination, she gets to experience what it might be like to actually be a teacher. How fun!
A fun, magical read.
5 stars!

About the Author:


George Yuhasz is a passionate advocate for the protection and preservation of our natural world. A proud father and grandfather, life long learner, and world traveler, he delights in sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm for appreciating the joy and wonder of connecting with nature. A B.A. graduate of American University’s Schools of Government and International Service, he also holds a M.A. in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado. George is a former U.S. Government special agent, intelligence officer, and contractor, and has also worked in the private sector as an investigator and security consultant. A special joy in his life was coaching the Allegheny College cross country team for fourteen fall seasons. George lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina and is currently working on another children’s book and a suspense novel.

2019 Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards
WINNER – Outstanding Children’s Fiction Illustrated Category
FINALIST – Juvenile Fiction Category

2019 Wishing Shelf Book Awards
WINNER/GOLD MEDALIST – Children’s Books Ages 6 – 9

2019 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards
HONORABLE MENTION – Children’s Picture Books Ages 6 and older

2020 Independent Press Book Awards
DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE – Children’s Inspirational Category

2020 Book Readers Appreciation Group (BRAG)

2021 Firebird Book Awards
WINNER – Juvenile Fiction Category
WINNER – Children’s Inspirational/Motivational Category

2021 Book Excellence Awards
FINALIST – Children’s Inspirational/Motivational Category

2021 Eric Hoffer Book Awards
FINALIST – Children’s Books Category

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