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This book is a story about a little boy that is introduced to a Brown pair of cowboy boots. He believes they will give him Power, Courage, Character, and Strength. This book has colorful features that will help your child engage in the story and understand how to let go of fear using that special object or toy for protection.
This book is the story of a little girl that provides assistance to her Daddy who is unable to see the things she can.
Through Daddy's Eye's, will help children understand Emotion, Pain, and Responsibilities. The colorful features in the book will make your child smile. It's important that all children understand that all parents should be loved no matter what their disabilities may be. All GirlDad's this book is for you!
My goal is to help change the lives of others by Leading, Motivating, & Inspiring leaving FEAR behind. Let go of your past by building opportunities for your Future.
My children's books provide social skills that share different abilities some children may have. Each story will help a child understand the importance of fairness, challenges, character, pride, friendship, fear, and acceptance.
This book is about an 11-year-old boy that was diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome. His condition caused him to be afraid of being accepted by others. He was able to turn his fears into triumph as he learned to believe in himself. This book provides motivation and will inspire all children that fear change.
This book is about a little girl who meets an autistic 9-year-old boy in the park. She's able to identify his behavior similarities and uses her curiosity to become his friend. The story teaches young readers about others unlike them. It allows them to learn the proper kindness, patience, and respect.
This book is especially for little girls that have a complex about their features. Abana is a 12-year-old African girl with a cleft lip. She has hopes and dreams of becoming a model and desires to have beautiful lips.
This is the story of Kim’s First day of School.
As a four-year-old, she will be entering pre-kindergarten at the public school a few miles from home.
Mom’ and Kim have a conversation about all the things she has to do as a big girl entering her new big school.
Big girls must be polite, Big girls must share, Big girls should always say their prayers, Big girls should always wash their hands, Big girls shouldn’t cry, and they should always be kind.
This book outlines the important biography facts about women leaders. It allows young girls to be encouraged and gain dignity to reach their highest potential. Kyla is a new third grader that enjoys reading about influential leaders that are a part of her culture. Reading each story will help guide her to fulfill her passion to become a great African American leader.