Join Michelle on delightful imaginary travels to discover about dogs and cats. Are their typical traits due to being domesticated from wildlife animals? Why would humans choose to accustom dangerous animals into their habitats? And how? Read to be enriched about mice (!!) City mice are considered a nuisance. How come they have been domesticated? Or perhaps they have domesticated themselves? The kids become coauthors and co-illustrators in this glorious series celebrating their creativity. Ignited by the poems, paintings and interesting facts, they write and draw their own ideas. They create a one-of-a-kind book, reflecting their child genius. In the mean-time they bond with the animal world, while expressing their inner voice. Michelle Korenfeld is a lifelong creativity educator, workshop facilitator, author, poet and painter. On her blog Raising Creative Thinkers she offers parents, grandparents, teachers and educators help with the challenges of raising today's brighter than ever kids. Michelle's original books are based on her life research and raising her own two daughters. They are already teenagers, but still teach her creative thinking lessons every day. Raising Creative Thinkers: Dogs and Cats will help you raise children that shine with ideas, and beam expressing themselves with rich language. Rejoice at and be fascinated by the creative ideas they draw and write in. Give them the pride of being authors of their own unique book, fostering creative skills. Help the kids grow with esteemed original thinking, to be ready for the challenges of higher education with this fun educational, interdisciplinary album. They will be eager to complete it making it their own, setting their path to creative brilliance.