kid’s books: accept
When I want to write kid’s books, I promote character-building ideas. Many of my books are stories told by the animal characters themselves. For example, Charlene the Star doesn’t think she fits in with her friends because she has a different talent than they have. Eventually, Charlene works hard to develop her skills and she’s grateful to have them. In the fifth of my kid’s books, Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog, Bentley is a bully in the beginning. All the animal characters accepted him as their friend, but they showed him that his behavior needed some reform.
There’s a little seven year-old girl from Florida named Natalie McGriff, who used to think that her beautiful curly hair was a flaw. She didn’t have much confidence. What could she do to change that? She and her Mom, Angie, worked together to create a comic book called The Adventures of Moxie Girl. The story stars a little girl who saves her town because of the super powers of her hair. Isn’t that a great idea to empower children and help them appreciate all of their natural gifts? I’ll bet if Natalie felt insecure about her hair before, now she happily accepts it.What do you think? Best wishes to Natalie and her Mom with their new book! You’re a very talented young lady.
If you need suggestions for kid’s books to build your confidence, you might enjoy Charlie the Horse. Charlie learns a lot about how to set goals and accomplish big dreams. As I mentioned, Bentley Bulldog shows children that it’s possible to change your attitude. Just doing that one thing changed his whole life. If you’re looking for an amusing book where the characters have lots to share, check out Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog. If you’d like kid’s books that highlights friendship and teamwork, you might like Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes.