Tami Brady

"Tami Brady: Transition-Empowerment Coach"
Hall of Fame Reviewer - 2011 2012
Tami Brady
Top Reviewer Ranking: 19
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (1,090 of 1,210)
Location: Calgary, Canada
In My Own Words:
Tami Brady is a transition-empowerment coach who guides individuals through darkness towards their greatest and most powerful selves. Follow Tami on Twitter @trbrady_


Top Reviewer Ranking: 19 - Total Helpful Votes: 1090 of 1210
The A-Z of Baby Animal Names: Book 1 by Mackenzie Hansler
I can see The A-Z of Baby Animal Names being a book that grows with your child. Initially, I read through the ebook with my four year old granddaughter. We started at page one and continued through linearly. Her attention was on the pictures (oh how cute!) and what the babies of each animal was called. Every so often, Id also throw in a fact that I thought she might find interesting, several of which she was very eager to tell Mommy when she got back.

With my six year old grandson, the process was very different. He was much more interested in the facts about each of the animals. Often, wed read about an animal and hed come up with questions that wed have to do research to… Read more
Professor Atlas and the Summoning Dagger by Paul Maguire
Tyler and Brandon are the best of friends who win a contest to spend time with their hero Professor Atlas. These seventh graders find out that they will be traveling to Britain to help Professor Atlas with his latest adventure. Upon meeting Professor Atlas, the boys learn that they will be helping the Professor find the lost Summoning Dagger of Mercastus. It is said that the dagger had been lost after Hallswich Castle had been destroyed. A prophecy handed down from generation to generation stated that the dagger waited to find its rightful owner.

In true adventurer form, Professor Atlas, Tyler, and Brandon immediately find themselves in hot water. Evidentially, they aren't the… Read more
Cancer Warrior: Where the Mind Goes by Ruth Levine
5.0 out of 5 stars Cancer Warrior, Oct. 19 2011
I very much believe that there's a reason for everything. Sometimes, especially during the really tough challenges that life seems to throw at us, it's just so very hard to see the hidden gift. In retrospect, perhaps these experiences provide the greatest gifts because they are so very hard fought.

Ruth Levine is the Cancer Warrior. She's an extraordinary woman in so many ways. In 2006, she was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer. Facing chemotherapy, radiation, and major surgery, she made a pledge to herself that she would focus on healing. To that end, she built herself up physically, mentally, and spiritually to face come what may. Then, even in her darkest moments,… Read more