Elijah the Superhero by Beth Arnold
Have you ever met a superhero? Elijah the Superhero is a children’s picture book that promotes strong moral values through a fun and heartwarming story. Elijah spends a day with his mother while learning how to be a superhero. He learns that you don’t have to save the world to make a difference to somebody. Even small acts of kindness or helpful gestures can make the world a better place little by little.
Throughout the book, Elijah finds himself in different circumstances and learns that he can be a superhero by making small changes in his daily actions. Whether Elijah is recycling, helping a waitress, feeding a homeless man or adopting an animal, he is continually learning to be a good person.
Author and illustrator, Beth Arnold, said, “Teaching children to be kind and socially responsible helps facilitate their emotional growth. Elijah is put in everyday situations to demonstrate how much of a difference kids can make.”
This children’s picture book is perfect for kids aged 3-7. Elijah the Superhero helps teach young minds about being a good person and always doing the right thing. The book is currently available on Amazon.com and other online retailers. Visit www.gethappytips.com/elijah-the-superhero/ for more information. Activities for parents, teachers and educators are available on the website as free downloads.
About the Author
Beth Arnold was raised in Minnesota. She moved to Florida after pursuing her graduate degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She worked as a writer in the natural food and wellness industry, but always dreamed of writing children’s books. She resides in Fort Lauderdale with her super cute husband, Jason, and three cats, Muffin, Cupcake and Nia.
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