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“Dawn’s books speak to children in ways that they can comprehend.”



Build a Foundation early that will last a lifetime.


The most important lesson a child can learn is that it’s not external events that have the most profound effect on our self-esteem, but it is how we view our own life and life’s events. Ultimately, it’s the inner belief we have in ourselves that guides our journey.

Some of life’s biggest challenges are pushing through when we just want to give up. The things that happen to us, what others say to us and about us, or how we feel about ourselves directly impact us. We have to have the ability to pick ourselves up and start again. Giving our children these tools at a young age through education helps children become survivors through the storms of life. The National Education Association has released many statistics on these subjects and the effects on children. They have also stated that only through education can we help change things and better the world we live.





Dawn’s books help children understand how to treat others.

Build a Foundation early that will last a lifetime.


The most important lesson a child can learn is that it’s not external events that have the most profound effect on our self-esteem, but it is how we view our own life and life’s events. Ultimately, it’s the inner belief we have in ourselves that guides our journey.

Some of life’s biggest challenges are pushing through when we just want to give up. The things that happen to us, what others say to us and about us, or how we feel about ourselves directly impact us. We have to have the ability to pick ourselves up and start again. Giving our children these tools at a young age through education helps children become survivors through the storms of life. The National Education Association has released many statistics on these subjects and the effects on children. They have also stated that only through education can we help change things and better the world we live.





Dawn’s books help children understand how to treat others.

 

Bullying

Bullying is a much bigger problem in our American school system than most realize. The effects can be life altering, causing many students to miss going to school or avoid social behavior. This interferes with social development, potentially causing the child to lack necessary social skills later in life.

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Changing Culture

Many children’s books speak of a mom and dad, yet many children can’t relate to the traditional reference of marriage in our changing world. Dawn’s books help children understand that love within the family is what’s most important, not necessarily the structure of it.


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Self-Esteem

It is critical that children learn to build their self esteem at a young age. This will help them explore new activities and help them succeed in life. Dawn’s books are specially design to help children develop their self-esteem and confidence, enabling them to grow under a good foundation.

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Bullying

Bullying is a much bigger problem in our American school system than most realize. The effects can be life altering, causing many students to miss going to school or avoid social behavior. This interferes with social development, potentially causing the child to lack necessary social skills later in life.

Read More

Changing Culture

Many children’s books speak of a mom and dad, yet many children can’t relate to the traditional reference of marriage in our changing world. Dawn’s books help children understand that love within the family is what’s most important, not necessarily the structure of it.


Read More

Self-Esteem

It is critical that children learn to build their self esteem at a young age. This will help them explore new activities and help them succeed in life. Dawn’s books are specially design to help children develop their self-esteem and confidence, enabling them to grow under a good foundation.

Read More

“My child will never be the same because of the lessons taught in this book…”

– Kyle, Father of 3

“My child will never be the same because of the lessons taught in this book…”

– Mrs. Jones, 2nd Grade Teacher

“My child will never be the same because of the lessons taught in this book…”

– Julie, Mother of 2

“My child will never be the same because of the lessons taught in this book…”

– Kyle, Father of 3

“My child will never be the same because of the lessons taught in this book…”

– Mrs. Jones, 2nd Grade Teacher

“My child will never be the same because of the lessons taught in this book…”

– Julie, Mother of 2


Connecting With a Child

Using fun picture books…


Teaching a child good behavior and how to treat other doesn’t come from a text book. Children learn how to treat others through the modeling of the adults in their lives and by being treated well within their social network. The more exposure they have to positive social behavior, the more they will model this behavior. However, when a child sees negative behavior, it is important that discussion takes place as to what was wrong about that person’s behavior, so may they learn from others mistakes.

These picture books give parents and educators opportunities to prompt discussion on the topics of bullying, self-esteem, and the different pieces of a family. Dawn uses animals as a non-threatening way to address real life, hard issues we are facing every day. She directly addresses these challenges head on, in a fun way. The colorful pictures and illustrations grab the child’s attention and keeps it. They don’t even realize they are learning, as they listen or read about how the animals solve everyday problems.


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Connecting With a Child

Using fun picture books…


Teaching a child good behavior and how to treat other doesn’t come from a text book. Children learn how to treat others through the modeling of the adults in their lives and by being treated well within their social network. The more exposure they have to positive social behavior, the more they will model this behavior. However, when a child sees negative behavior, it is important that discussion takes place as to what was wrong about that person’s behavior, so may they learn from others mistakes.

These picture books give parents and educators opportunities to prompt discussion on the topics of bullying, self-esteem, and the different pieces of a family. Dawn uses animals as a non-threatening way to address real life, hard issues we are facing every day. She directly addresses these challenges head on, in a fun way. The colorful pictures and illustrations grab the child’s attention and keeps it. They don’t even realize they are learning, as they listen or read about how the animals solve everyday problems.


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Teach your children these timeless lifelong lessons

 

Barnyard Bully


This book is designed for parents, teachers, and school counselors to read to their children to teach, train, and spark conversation about bullying at early ages.


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Double Trouble


This book teaches children how to love people of all races, ethnicities, colors, and backgrounds by using a fun story with 2 labrador retriever puppies.


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Eddie The Eagle


Eddie the Eagle uses three birds to help illustrate that we all have qualities that are important. This book helps children appreciate one another by showing them that we are more similar than different.


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Teach your children these timeless lifelong lessons


Barnyard Bully


This book is designed for parents, teachers, and school counselors to read to their children to teach, train, and spark conversation about bullying at early ages.


READ MORE

Double Trouble


This book teaches children how to love people of all races, ethnicities, colors, and backgrounds by using a fun story with 2 labrador retriever puppies.


READ MORE

Eddie The Eagle


Eddie the Eagle uses three birds to help illustrate that we all have qualities that are important. This book helps children appreciate one another by showing them that we are more similar than different.


READ MORE