Sky Up – The Book

(6 customer reviews)


When Joziah is set the task of exploring what he wants to be when he grows up,
Who would have thought that a day at his Dad’s barbershop would lead him to the answer he needs?
Discover how the inspirational conversations with the wonderful people Joziah meets teaches him valuable lessons that he will carry with him for the rest of his life.

6 reviews for Sky Up – The Book

  1. Sandra Moodie

    Can’t wait to read it… I’ll be sharing this wonderful masterpiece once it’s out for all…🤗🌍🤗🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾

  2. Janice Burrell

    Inspires children to aspire!
    What a brilliant book! Wonderfully written and illustrated, this book is a lovely way to begin discussions about self-confidence, resilience, problem-solving, creativity and goal-setting: vital skills for the children of today and tomorrow!

  3. Simone (verified owner)

    This book is literally one of the best children books I have read.
    It seriously gets your child thinking and wondering about their own life goals and what they want to achieve the older they become.
    Sky up is a book that is relates with your normal everyday life and the conversations children and parents can have.
    It encourages, motivates, inspires and educates children on being someone great in life, never settling for less, yet striving For more.
    I can go on about this book. Best thing for you to do is buy it, you will not be disappointed.
    Thank you Patrice for this book xx

  4. Dwayne Nosworthy

    I really enjoyed reading this, for many different reasons. One reason being that it really resonated with me and brought me back to when I was a child and the slogans my Dad would say to me growing up. It also reminded me of the importance of my role now as a man and father to three amazing children. Reading this story triggered nothing but good vibes and energy in my core, and also solidified that I know I’m doing the right thing by being the leading example for myself and my kids.

  5. Stephanie (verified owner)

    Great book my 6-year old is now starting to think about future jobs that will buy his mummy’s a mansion, and the repetitive style has my 3-year old constantly saying “the sky is the limit” a mantra I love that she has adopted. As for me, I’ve enjoyed the many times my children have asked me to read it since it arrived. Thanks for leaving it on a cliffhanger. I look forward to the sequel.

  6. Charlotte Graham

    This book really is amazing. So encouraging and positive for all children, teaching them that they can push themselves and go forward in life to be whatever hope or dream they have in mind to be.
    Would recommend that all parents should read this to their little ones, and also share and encourage their older school age children to read it too.
    Fantastic new addition to our book collection for sure!

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