Canada (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
What makes a high achiever? Is it luck, intelligence, talent, dedication? All of these things figure in - they all make a difference. However, there are intelligent, talented, hard-working people who do not consider themselves very successful or even happy. And there are people who are not exceptionally bright but seem happy and successful. So there must be something else, some secret to happiness in order to live up to one’s full potential. This is what Koal is about to realize in this story.
Koal’s Not Happy written by Denis Lafleur tells the story of a young boy who belongs to the fortunate few who were provided with an opportunity to achieve their full potential. His parents love him so much and provide him with every material things but still, he is not happy. He is lucky to go to school and study but still, he is not happy.
A funny looking man took Koal under his wing. Koal soon realized he had the ability to overcome challenges by discovering something he was good at. What was it that Koal had discovered? Was it really something good? Will it finally make him happy?
Koal’s Not Happy is an enlightening story that makes readers realize their own abilities to develop untapped talents and strengths that they have and throw away those that are not really needed. It teaches them to discover their hidden talents by carefully evaluating all the things they are really good at and reactivate them through practice, to reach their full potentials.
This book will be featured at the 2012 New York State Reading Association Book Exhibit in Syracuse, N.Y. on October 28 -30, 2012.
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Koal’s Not Happy * by Denis Lafleur
Publication Date: August 7, 2012
Picture Book; $21.99; 30 pages; 978-1-4771-5030-6
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-5031-3
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