Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Big Heart Feels - a bookwrap


" Big Heart Feels" 
Authored by Mike Morrison Ph.D and Mackenzie Morrison
Illustrated by Nina Summer

* Ages:  4-8
* Grade Level:  PS-3
* Hardcover:  31 pages
* ISBN:  9780578674414
* Pub. Date:  June 4, 2020
* Language:  English 

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The Book

This is book # 3 in the "Small Voice Says Series."  The positive message of the book is an invaluable life lesson, important for both young and old to adhere to. 

The authors message?  To imagine oneself in the situation or circumstances of another person, so as to understand or empathize with their perspective, opinion, or point of view. Before being quick to judge someone for their actions, you should always try to put yourself in their shoes.

Angela reappears and as she listens to her heart she makes a choice to treat others around her with kindness and generosity.  She offers herself to be an available friend full of compassion and understanding to those needing encouragement and TLC.  

The story helps little ones assess their emotions and gives them a deeper understanding of both their own and of how other's feel.  It is a very important skill to impart to young children.  

In Big Heart Feels, we learn to allow our children to start the reflection process. . . what does your small voice say you should do?
  It's not a book you read to, but a book you read with children, Big Heart Feels will find a forever home on any bookshelf by exploring:

● Education and empowerment of girls
● Cultivation of a strong inner voice to enact feelings and motivations
● Discussion opportunities for parents to create a more nurturing relationship with their child
● Expression of individuality
● The beginning steps of instilling compassion in your child
● Expansion of learning capabilities."

I highly recommend it!  

Storywraps Rating - 5 +++ HUGS! 

Meet the Authors 

Mackenzie Morrison

Mackenzie is a writer and artist working in the music industry in Los Angeles, CA.  Her father is Mike Morrison. Mackenzie is living proof of the parent coaching style in the book.


Mike’s passion centers on developing leaders at all ages, from the four-year-old entering pre-school to the corporate CEO leading a global enterprise. In today’s world, we all need to lead in some way and Mike has helped to illuminate that path through three books:  Leading Through Meaning, The Other Side of the Card, and This is Not Working.



Nina Summeris a Swiss artist living in Brooklyn, New York. She likes swing dancing, Tostitos, and pro-wrestling. She doesn’t have a favorite color, except maybe a soft yellow. You can find more of her work at

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