By Yvonne Capitelli, for The Children’s Book Review
Published: May 3, 2011
Daria Rose and The Day She Chose is the first book of the Daria Rose Series. A story of self-empowerment; to foster positive behavior, confidence, courage, strength, determination, friendship, good values and the importance of being thoughtful and thankful.
The best gift we can give our children is the art of resilience and the knowledge about the power they have within.
Join Daria Rose in a seven-day adventure as she discovers the powers she had inside her all along. She takes control of her days and learns how to make good choices. She discovers that her decisions can change the outcome of the different worries and fears in her life. Daria Rose learns that life is all about choices and it is up to her to make the right ones
Four time award winning book: 2010 KART Kids Book List, 2010 National Indie Excellence Awards Finalist, 2009 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award Mind-BodySpirit/Self Esteem and the 2009 Preferred Choice Award for Best Books For Kids by Creative Child Magazine.
This 32 page Hardcover Picture Book is a fun and engaging way to teach young minds about the power they have within to make good choices and create a life of happiness. It is very important to start building confidence and good values in children when they are young. This adventure about a little girl who faces different situations regarding bullies, being kind, doing well in school, making friends, determination, confidence and having faith in herself, sends many messages that no matter how young you are, you can be in control of your own happiness. Your child will benefit from the invaluable information expressed in this colorful and entertaining story. You will enjoy reading this story over and over, using it as a tool to open dialog with your child to teach them about the power they have within to take control of different situations and create a life of happiness.
“This book sends a message to children about the power within them to create happiness in their lives and the lives of others through their choices. The story uses situations to which children of various ages can relate. I recommend this book for all school age children and their families.”
-Dr. Sheila Chiffriller –Licensed Psychologist
32 page Hardcover (13 beautiful illustrations)
8 1/2 x 11
Read with an adult 4 – 6
Read alone age 7 and up
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