The hope is children can make good decisions on small choices so the pattern will be carried into adulthood when faced with larger life decisions.
SNOHOMISH, Wash. (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
It may be modern times, but families still need their quality time.
In her new children’s book The Adventures of Little Mouse, author Sherri Williams demonstrates the importance of family in a story about choices and consequences. She uses 12 color-illustrated stories about confronting decisions to show children how to make good choices.
“The hope is children can make good decisions on small choices so the pattern will be carried into adulthood when faced with larger life decisions,” said Williams. “The book is a fun way for parents to spend time with their children while teaching them this.”
The stories, inspired by hardships William’s daughter faced, can be used to create a quilt based on each of Little Mouse’s adventures. The quilt kit or completed quilt, sold online, offers a unique, productive way for families to spend time together.
“With quilting, you are creating a treasure others can enjoy,” said Williams. “You remember who made it and what the design represents.”
Part of the book’s proceeds will benefit third-world orphanages.
For more information about the book, quilt or quilt kit, visit http://sbwlittlemouse.com.
The Adventures of Little Mouse (Life outside the mouse hole)
By Sherri Williams
Softcover retail price: $21.99
E-book price: $3.99
About the author
Sherri Williams is a wife and mother who is passionate about educating children about the importance of good decision-making. She currently lives in Snohomish, Wash., where she enjoys the oceans and mountains of the Pacific Northwest. An avid quilter, Williams developed a quilt design book based on each story in The Adventures of Little Mouse.