Doors Melts Hearts and Gets Rave Reviews

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16-year-old high school student is illustrator for Doors, a wonderful children's book. Doors is a heartwarming tale of a boy, Derrick, who overcomes a bully in school by using a visualization technique taught to him by his loving mother. Derrick reaches out to a homeless boy in Kenya and teaches him the same technique. This book will melt your heart and remind us all that there is hope in humanity.

16-year-old high school student is illustrator for Doors, a wonderful children's book. Doors is a heartwarming tale of a boy, Derrick, who overcomes a bully in school by using a visualization technique taught to him by his loving mother. Derrick reaches out to a homeless boy in Kenya and teaches him the same technique. This book will melt your heart and remind us all that there is hope in humanity.

Ancel Archer, a 16-year-old High School student, in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania is the illustrator for Doors. Some say Doors is a book that will tug at the toughest heart and wait patiently for a response.

Archer’s illustrations are widely praised by many, including, Ron Kenner, Editor and former writer for the L.A. Times. Teachers are reading Doors to students in the elementary and intermediate schools in the Stroudsburg area. Doors is receiving great reviews from children, parents, grandmothers, and everyone in between (read it on amazon).

Ancel Archer is a recipient of the Brooklyn Museum of Art scholarship, The Art Award for Community Service Through Visual Arts by The New York City Art Teachers’ Association/The United Federation of Teachers, The National Transportation Week Award, The Anti-Graffiti Award, Award for Finalist in the Children’s Free Opera & Dance of New York Poster Contest.

Leading professionals are reacting to and recommending Doors. Licensed social worker, Marjorie W. Reagan will utilize Doors in therapy sessions with children. And, with comments like the one below, Doors appears to have staying power.

"Children and adults will feel good after reading Doors. Having kids focus on helping others is a great way to raise self esteem in kids who don’t feel special or important. Any book that can teach positive coping skills to children for handling stress makes sense to me."

-Marjorie W. Reagan, LSW, Director-Methodist Services Community Counseling, Bangor, P.A.

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