Hollywood, Fla. (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Boredom occurs when there is little or no interest involved in the situation that is presented. Everyone must have self-fulfillment, creativity, self-expression, and realization of potentials in order for needs to be fulfilled. However, boredom takes away and blocks interest and enjoyment in different conditions unless creative imagination takes place.
Brit is Bored! written by Steven Rothbard is an illustrative picture book that tells the story of a young girl named Brit who has everything she wants, but she can't find the one thing she wants to do, that is until she finds a way to relieve her boredom.
Brit didn’t want to play with her dolls and other toys, didn’t want to read or sing, didn’t want to dance or even practice the piano. There was nothing on television either or any videos or DVDs that will stimulate her interest and attention. How will she resolve her boredom? How far will her imagination take her?
Brit is Bored! is a simple, colorful, enjoyable and a very entertaining read for children and adults as well. One way or another, everyone experiences boredom at some point in their lives but Rothbard’s story of a little girl who was able to use her imagination and creativity despite feeling bored is something everyone could also learn from.
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About the Author
Steven Rothbard teaches college composition and lives in Hollywood, Florida. He is working on several other Brit books, such as Brit the Brat Abroad, Brit the Brat on Broadway, Brit Meets a Brit (Being the Introduction of Truly Trudy and the Popsicle Shop), and Being Fed Up. He says he thinks of the titles first, then the characters come in
Brit is Bored! * by Steven Rothbard
The Books of Brit: 1
Publication Date: August 20, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4771-5270-6
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-5271-3
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