Category Archives: childrens books

children’s books: perseverance


What if you had a big dream but no one would give you a chance to see what you could […]

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children’s books: changes


Have you ever read really sad children’s books that affect you deeply? What if it’s a real-life situation where something […]

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children’s books: fitting in


As a child did you strive to fit in? I did. Kids teased me because I couldn’t run and play […]

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Children’s books: celebrations


If you love children’s books that celebrate our abilities, you should be commended.  Why do I say that? Some people […]

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children’s books: helping others


What if you write children’s books in hopes of helping others? That’s a great idea don’t you think? But suppose […]

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children’s books: generosity


What if you have a mission and everything changes after a chance encounter? That’s exactly what happened to Jakeem Tyler, whose […]

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children’s books: bravery


Often we hear discouraging news about teens. News reports spread the word they are irresponsible or in trouble with the […]

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Interview with amazing children’s author, Yossi Lapid


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Today I’m chatting with the wonderful children’s author, Yossi Lapid. Welcome, Yossi, I’m so pleased to be spending time with […]

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children’s books: helping others


Perhaps you have a talented child you loves acting or singing. Maybe he or she even writes children’s books about […]

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children’s books: grateful


There are millions of children’s books for sale today. I love those with good messages, such as standing for your […]

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