Smile: It’S a Curved Line That Sets Everything Straight and Fine!

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AuthorHouse, Jun 5, 2012 - Education - 26 pages
6 Reviews
How beautiful, wonderful, magical, and warm is a smile? SMILE explains all of this in a simple and heartfelt manner by comparing a smile with the cheerful elements of nature and life. This book says it all to the little oneslook around; there are tons of reasons to smile in just one day!
 

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User Review  - danaenicole - LibraryThing

Donna Jo Napoli is the author of one of my favorite books (Zel), but generally, I think her books are just "okay". I did, however, enjoy The Smile. Unfortunately, I don't have that much to say about ... Read full review

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User Review  - IAmChrysanthemum - LibraryThing

Napoli writes wonderfully. Only a few pages into this book and I truly felt like I was in Renaissance Italy. The writing is urgent which makes the story move quickly. All the characters are well ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Jyoti Nagia believes children are a great source of inspiration. The urge to capture all the fun elements of her four-year-old daughter’s learning journey led her to write children’s books. Her first book, Fun Learning with Fun Letters, is all about learning while having fun, as a four-year-old girl engages readers by creating letters with branches and tiny pebbles in her own backyard. The author’s constant emphasis to her angel about the beauty of a smile evolved into this book, which lovingly compares a smile with all the cheerful aspects of a child’s world. Her dream of publishing children’s books is a reality today, and she dedicates each book to her husband, who inspired her to follow her dream, and to her bundle of joy!

Jyoti Nagia believes children are a great source of inspiration. The urge to capture all the fun elements of her four-year-old daughter’s learning journey led her to write children’s books. Her first book, Fun Learning with Fun Letters, is all about learning while having fun, as a four-year-old girl engages readers by creating letters with branches and tiny pebbles in her own backyard. The author’s constant emphasis to her angel about the beauty of a smile evolved into this book, which lovingly compares a smile with all the cheerful aspects of a child’s world. Her dream of publishing children’s books is a reality today, and she dedicates each book to her husband, who inspired her to follow her dream, and to her bundle of joy!

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