Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) November 8, 2010
Bumblelina tells the story of a tiny bee who wants desperately to fly and begins her try-outs with jumps, twists, turns and falls. Bumblelina tries again and again, without success. But she doesn’t give up. When an unexpected breeze lifts her off her feet, Bumblelina instinctively flutters her wings and flies!
“This book teaches children the timeless lesson of trying—about the importance of perseverance,” says Sherrie Madia. “If you work hard at something and don’t give up, you can achieve your goal. In our instant-message society, teaching patience and hard work is more important than ever before.”
Sherrie A. Madia, Ph.D. is an educator, author, and communications coach. She is author of the children’s book, Alphabet Woof!,(2009) about a dog called Moxy who eats magic soup and learns to talk (available in English and Spanish).
Her recent business communication books include The Social Media Survival Guide (English and Spanish editions), The Online Job Search Survival Guide, and S.E.R.I.A.L.PRENEURSHIP: The Secrets of Repeatable Business Success.
Her most important job is being a mommy. Daughters Emma and Anna remind her every day of what’s really important.
Bumblelina is published by MommyDaughter Productions, 2010. Recommended for children ages infant through 4. Book is 28 pages, hardcover, with whimsical black and white sketches and a dash of color for added fun and learning. For more information or to purchase the book, visit http://www.Bumblelina.com.