In today’s global marketplace of extreme competition
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 30, 2006
Atlanta-based Bouje Publishing introduced Book 1 of the Future Business Leaders’ Series: "Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine" at Book Expo America May 19 in Washington, D.C. "Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine," written by Atlanta resident Jennifer Bouani, is a children’s fantasy story introducing the concepts of entrepreneurialism to kids ages 9 to 12. Bouani, a first-time author, signed books for event attendees.
"Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine" is about an orphan named Tyler who invents a machine to help him do his homework and creates a business to manufacture this machine. He must endure many tests set out for him by the Great Spirit of the Entrepreneurs, Soté, before he can officially become a successful business owner and realize his dream of sailing around the world. These tests are symbolic of obstacles encountered by adult entrepreneurs in the real world. The allegory teaches children ages 9 to 12 business concepts in a simple yet adventurous way, showing them how to participate in, and reap the rewards of, our capitalist society.
“In today’s global marketplace of extreme competition,” said Bouani, “I believe it is more critical than ever that children learn early the principles of free market trade and how to become leaders in a capitalist society.”
This story appeals to kids because it arouses their senses as the main characters perform adventurous tasks and solve challenging, play-on-word riddles. It appeals to parents and teachers because it can be used as a teaching tool for entrepreneurialism, capitalism, networking, and free trade.
“This is a great introduction to the concept of what being an entrepreneur is all about,” said John Walter Drake, senior partner at the law firm of McCurdy & Candler and a successful Atlanta-based entrepreneur himself. “It’s an imaginative and fun book for the bright young reader.”
Atlanta, GA (Bouje Publishing)May 27th, 2006
About the Series
Tyler’s peers are other children of the magical city of Nessibus with various skills and talents who each tell their own story of becoming business leaders in separate books. These stories make up the Future Business Leaders’ Series. The plots of the various books interweave as the characters become suppliers, customers, and referrals for one another, emphasizing the power of networking and its influence over one’s business success.
About the Author
Jennifer Bouani is an advocate for capitalists and entrepreneurs. She uses her knowledge of the business world from her experience as a consultant, a software engineer, a project manager, a business analyst, and an entrepreneur herself to craft her stories.
Ordering information for "Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine" (Bouje Publishing, ISBN: 0-9779265-0-8, ISBN-13: 9780977926503, US $6.99) is available at ordering website and 404-966-1732.
About Bouje Publishing
Atlanta-based Bouje Publishing, LLC, publishes the Future Business Leaders’ Series for children ages 9 to 12. For more information, visit Bouje Publishing's Website