hidden talents

Hidden Talents by David Lubar

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David Lubar
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Hidden Talents is a book that shares the stories of 10 ordinary people who have such unique skill sets that they might not have been recognized in their own time.Many of these stories are about how someone became a writer and how they ended up following their hidden talents to create some of the most successful TV shows on the air today.The book also shares interesting facts about 10 other skills that are seemingly unrelated but could be just as remarkable. Some examples are, being able to read minds and knowing when you’ll die.

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Dairamar
I could not put this book down. After only a few pages I was hooked!A very fun book to read. The characters were very unique and interesting. I really loved the story and the writing style. It's a good book for teens who are struggling with their feelings and emotions.
Gardarr
This book is a good resource for someone looking to start a career in the creative industry. It gives you an overview of different types of jobs and what they entail. It includes step-by-step guides on how to do each job. It also includes websites that provide more information on each.I would recommend this book to people looking to become a creative professional, or someone who has already begun their career in the creative industry and wants to know more about what they can do.
Kebei
This book was great. It is about a boy who wants to be an artist and his dad who gives him a box of paints and other art supplies. The boy uses the box to create a great masterpiece that his dad never knew about.
Bram
I needed to write a literature review about Hidden Talents and Ethan Frome books. I read Hidden Talents with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. David Lubar is a wonderful writer.