What’s the best book for the little boy who wants to learn to speak English?
What’s it like learning the new skills academy’s life skills?
What are the best books for those who want to be self-sufficient and self-confident?
What advice does this little book have for young people who want more in their lives?
These are the questions that came up as ABC News Life readers chatted to the authors of a book about life skills that has become a hit on Amazon.
The book, called The Little Book of Life Skills, has been rated at number three in the Amazon bestseller list.
“I’m an optimist,” says the author, Emma Jones.
“When I was in school, I didn’t have a book, and I’d go into my classroom and try to get something out of it.
And I had a great teacher.
I had the confidence to be able to make my own mistakes.”
The book has been hailed as a success by the author.
“It’s the perfect combination of life-changing, inspirational, and accessible, in my opinion,” she said.
“There’s a lot of content, but there’s also a lot that’s pretty basic.”
So how can you make this book your own?
The book contains 30 pages that cover life skills including basic life skills like how to walk, speak and cook.
But you’ll find the chapters are arranged in a way that allows you to read them in the order they are read in.
“You’ll find that there’s more than one way to do it,” Ms Jones said.”[The book] doesn’t get bogged down with all the details and you can read it in any order you want.”
She says the book is perfect for a newbie, or a parent who wants the most important lessons for life.
“For me, it was the only book I could read on my own at the time, so it was something I could keep in my mind,” Ms Lee said.
And it’s also useful for anyone who wants a basic knowledge of how the world works.
“If you want to learn something and you don’t have all the tools that you need, the book will help you find those things and learn them,” she added.
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