Kid’s books: Suppose you could do anything?

Suppose you could do anything, would you still want to  read kid’s books? Whatever you dream about, you should pursue it. Let’s talk about the gifted young man named Carson Huey-You, who was enrolled in college at ten years old? Isn’t that phenomenal? Imagine that when Carson graduates, he won’t even be old enough to drive! How did his mom know that he was a gifted child?  One big clue was that when he was happily reading chapter books at two years old. By the time that Carson had celebrated his third birthday, he had mastered addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.  When he was very young, Carson was home-schooled by his mom. Carson’s mom enrolled him in school when he was five years old, but he jumped from Kindergarten to eighth grade in one giant leap. Before long, Carson took his SAT’s and received a score of 1770. What do you think Carson dreams about? He wants to become a quantum physicist and earn a PhD before he celebrates his twentieth birthday. He has lofty goals for sure. Carson doesn’t believe in taking the easy street by studying courses that would not challenge him. He tackled Physics, History, Calculus and Religion in his first semester at Texas Christian University. Are you thinking Carson is too serious for fun? Not a chance, he loves Myth Busters and Star Wars, basketball, football, and Minecraft. In addition, Carson is a self-taught pianist, who loves to spend time relaxing with his friends.

What should you do if you are extremely gifted, like Carson? Spend some time figuring out which talent you would like most to develop. If you love reading kid’s books, you would love an inspiring kid’s book like award-winning Tails of Sweetbrier. It’s a story that will show you anything is possible. Your dreams can come true, even against the odds. Do you like amusing, entertaining, kid’s books? Charlene the Star is an amusing story, told by Charlene herself. She has important lessons to share with young readers. The sequel, Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes, is a kid’s book that highlights values like sharing and helping others. You can download a free chapter of Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes by visiting the books tab on this site.

an update for you: Carson has now graduated college with a degree in Physics. He was the youngest to achieve such an honor. Guess what else? His eleven-year-old brother will be entering college next year. Isn’t that amazing?

copyright Deanie Humphrys-Dunne 2014


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  1. Sherry Ellis says:

    He sounds like one amazingly talented young man!

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