Which bird are you?

Hello, everyone, and welcome to Wanda Luthman’s Book Blog!

I apologize for not having posted in awhile. I honestly didn’t have anything to post, so I thought I wouldn’t post anything. Sort of like the old adage, “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” Well, it’s not that I didn’t have anything nice to say, just that I didn’t have anything at all. LOL

But, today, I have a fantastic post to bring you! A book that I KNOW you will love and enjoy and want to share with your favorite child.

Welcome to Merrick Rosenberg who is the author of the children’s book, Which Bird are You? Take it away, Mr. Rosenberg…

Which Bird Are You? is based on a topic that has never been covered in a fictional adventure tale for 8–12-year-olds. As readers learn about the four personality styles that I call Eagles (confident and direct), Parrots (social and enthusiastic), Doves (harmonious and caring), and Owls (logical and questioning), they also learn about themselves and the people in their lives. Without even realizing it, children learn how to tap into the power of their personality, build strong relationships, and raise their emotional intelligence.

If you’d like to purchase the book, it’s available on Amazon. And if you would like to go beyond the book, and have a child take the assessment for themself in which children discover their bird style, you can reach out to Mr. Rosenberg at MerrickRosenberg.com.

Quick overview of Which Bird Are You?

By day, four friends at Camp Discovery are faced with a series of challenges. Around an evening campfire, they discover the ancient land of Aviara comprised of the Eagle, Parrot, Dove and Owl Kingdoms. Will the wise ambassador of Chamelia be able to help Eagleye, Parrotfeather, Dovetail, and Nightowl save their people? Will the wisdom gained from the campfire story help the children on their quest? Find out in Which Bird Are You?.

My background

I founded Team Builders Plus in 1991 and Take Flight Learning in 2012. I have spoken to more than 100,000 people and certified more than 600 individuals around the world to deliver the content I created. I am an award-winning author who has written four books to make self-awareness easy by using the four bird styles. Under my leadership as CEO of Take Flight Learning, my company has been selected as the New Jersey Business of the Year and named one of the Fastest Growing Companies and Best Places to Work in the Philadelphia area. I received my MBA from Drexel University who recognized me as the Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year. I have worked with more than half of the Fortune 100 companies in the US and around the world.

Thank you, Mr. Rosenberg, for your delightful book that is truly a genius work. You have combined a very important topic with an easy-to-understand style that doesn’t feel like children are being taught, but rather, they are discovering.

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4 thoughts on “Which bird are you?

  1. If we knew the answer to that, we’d be millionaires. LOL
    I think it’s a multi-faceted approach.
    Maybe some parental engagement such as going outside and playing ball, going to the gym and working out, etc.
    However, there may be students who would prefer a walk in the woods or camping trip instead of a physical exercise type of activity. Maybe a trip to the library and taking time to read with the student. Or maybe a trip to the planetarium and look up at the stars. I think you have to find something that interests the student and engage them with it.
    Of course, there’s always the shut down phone service after a certain time. I know parents that have done that. It really is something you have to delve into what does the particular student need to decrease dependency on the phone. We know we can’t ask them to completely give it up because we, as adults, wouldn’t be able to do that either. But, they can be limited to time spent on the phone and especially if they get engaged in another activity. Hope this helps


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