By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News
The stories of Jones highlight everyday struggles that are important and often overlooked, but which can be difficult to address. You can argue with your toddler about bath time or convince your child that practice and not giving up are key to improving their soccer game. The Jones’ discovered that children can relate to and enjoy simple messages best through stories like a stinky princess, or a fiery unicorn.
April and Jackson discovered that hygiene and manners are the most difficult concepts for children to master. This is a reality (and battle) parents must face. The Jones offer solutions in Scraggle Princess, a book that teaches children from a princess who overlooks her poor hygiene and rude manners. She teaches children that it is possible to see the value of things such as brushing teeth, washing your hands, and being polite and grateful.
Another book by Jones encourages self-esteem through colorful illustrations and a passionate protagonist. Reverie:I Believe in Me is the story of a young unicorn. She has many talents but struggles to believe in herself. Reverie’s magic centers around the confidence-building power that the young unicorn discovers in the words “She Can” and the self-assurance she gains by ignoring “She Can”. The magic of Reverie is centered around the confidence-building power that the young unicorn finds in the words “She Can” and the self-assurance she gains by ignoring the words “She Can’t.” CONTACT Marleine Pacilio at [email protected] SOURCE Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream Inc. Similar Links https://shop.puppydogsandicecream.com
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