School Library Journal
“Close-up, quality, color photographs of children excelling at activities-physical, mental, musical, and artistic-show that everyone can do something well, that individuals have different strengths and abilities. The brief text suggests that being good at something takes time and work. An endnote for adults acknowledges Howard Gardner’s Frames of Mind (HarperCollins, 1993), which considers his theories about independent kinds of intelligence and was the authors’ inspiration for What Can You Do? While many of the youngsters in the photographs are of school age, the title may serve as inspiration and impetus for discussion with those as young as preschool. A book for sharing with children by caring adults.” —School Library Journal
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