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The World Needs More Purple People Kindle Edition
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Kristen Bell and Benjamin Hart
Kristen Bell and Benjamin Hart wrote this awesome book to teach every young reader how to be a Purple Person—kind, curious, and really, really ridiculously silly! Purple People come in every color, size, and shape you can dream up.
Kristen feels the most Purple when she’s giving to others. Benjamin feels most Purple when he’s asking how to help his community. Watch out! If you open this book, you might just become a Purple Person.
“This book serves as a pep talk for contentious times by caring adults who want a nicer world—and that is no small thing.” —Publisher’s Weekly
“Bell and Hart appear to have created the concept of “purple people” for this book, and although the label is nonsensical, the message is inspiring: Ask questions, advocate for positive change, and have fun while collaborating with members of your family and community.” —School and Library Journal
About the Author
Benjamin Hart is a mostly grown adult who spends his time on a rock, floating through space. He is reminded of this almost daily by his neighbor Frank. He is also a multidisciplinary designer and creative director. He is currently a principal partner and the co-president of Brains on Fire, a creative agency that specializes in building communities and sparking social movements through the power of identity and narrative. Benjamin has worked on numerous projects and campaigns focused on early childhood development and education.
Together the duo also helped launch a new baby company in 2019 called Hello Bello, which provides families with access to premium and more natural products at affordable prices.
Daniel Wiseman is a mostly grown adult who spends a lot of his time drawing kids having fun, and animals wearing hats. On the off chance he’s not scribbling pictures, you can probably find him stomping through the woods with his not-at-all-grown sons, looking for bears, bugs, and Bigfoot. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- ASIN : B07Z2V1QZK
- Publisher : Random House Books for Young Readers (June 2, 2020)
- Publication date : June 2, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 15818 KB
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- Print length : 40 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #418,732 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Lily, aged 8 almost 9
So as you can see my daughter loved it, however I would personally take a star off for the price. It WAS a good book and I like the messages it was giving out but given the amount of time it took to read I think the pricing for a kindle copy was massively overpriced. There are some adult books cost half the price for classic literature and novels. I feel that the pricing has been influenced by the author and celebrity status.
Perhaps more suited to a younger age group.