Nanaimo, BC (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
Author Emily Madill has made it part of her life’s work to create stories that aim to boost children’s confidence. Sam’s Magic Mirror is Madill’s twelfth children’s title. The characters in this chapter style book are inspired by Emily’s nieces and dedicated to girls everywhere. Emily’s motto that she instills in all of her writing is to ‘Believe in Yourself’. Sam’s Magic Mirror has successfully weaved this important virtue throughout the storyline. Madill wanted to create a story that all girls can relate to and says, “We all have something special to bring to the table. This book aims to teach girls to own their uniqueness and to respect and honor their differences."
About Sam’s Magic Mirror: Sam's friends nominate her to be class president, but Sam can't see what everyone else does. What makes her special? Sam learns the hard way that everything she needs to be a good leader is right there staring back at her from the mirror, if she can just stay true to herself. This book teaches young girls about friendships, leadership, confidence and being themselves. Ideal for girls ages 6-9, the story comes to life with the help of full color illustrations throughout. Join Sam on her journey to find out what makes a good leader, and whether or not she's got what it takes to be class president! More information online at http://www.emilymadill.com.
Sam’s Magic Mirror is available for purchase from online sellers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Chapters Indigo.
"This book teaches girls about friendships, leadership, confidence and most importantly to 'Be who you uniquely are!'" - Angela Slade MA, RCC Founder of Esteemedchics.com
Emily is the author of several confidence boosting books for children. She has been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive for Kids. Emily has also published a series of inspirational articles for adults. Emily Madill lives on Vancouver Island, BC with her husband and two sons. She has a degree in Business and Psychology. Emily believes in the importance of teaching children accountability and empowerment from a young age. She enjoys writing and creating anything that will inspire others to believe in themselves. Being a mother is the most creative job she has had to date.
Books by Emily Madill:
Sam’s Magic Mirror (paperback)
Captain Joe to the Rescue! (paperback)
Captain Joe Saves the Day! (paperback)
Captain Joe’s Gift! (paperback)
Captain Joe’s Choice (paperback)
The Captain Joe Collection (hardcover)
Captain Joe Teaching Resources (paperback)
Grateful Jake (paperback)
Grateful Jake (hardcover)
Grateful Jake (iPad edition with audio)
Grateful Jake Resource Guide (paperback)
Grateful Jake Resource Guide (iPad edition)
Emily Madill’s books are available for purchase from online sellers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Chapters Indigo.
Emily is also available for hire as a freelance writer and specializes in inspirational articles.
Check out Emily’s Weekly Confidence Booster.
Check out Emily’s Blog, ‘Inspire, Be Inspired’.
Reviews and Honorable mentions of Emily’s Books:
BC BOOKWORLD REVIEW:
ALL SYSTEMS JOE reviewed by: Louise Donnelly from Vernon
Despite Degrees in Psychology and business, Emily Madill insists motherhood is the most creative and challenging job she’s had to date. Her series of four Captain Joe books encourages children to cultivate accountability and empowerment at a young age. They are designed to help generate self-esteem by helping children learn conscious control of their thoughts and moods. Captain Joe to the Rescue introduces Captain Joe who employs an invisible ‘thought-zapping wand’ to select healthy thoughts. Captain Joe Saves the Day teaches children to eliminate self-limiting beliefs as Joe saves himself from a swampy pit. Captain Joe’s Gift teaches children about the importance of being authentic and believing in themselves. Captain Joe’s Choice similarly stimulates children to choose thoughts that feel good. The four books are sold together as a set, with a teacher’s guide.
Independent Publisher Magazine, Notable Books Section: Juvenile Literature
Spend the weekend with Jake, a lovable, playful, typical boy who just wants to have a good time! Grateful Jake is sure to spark the interest of your young one as they can, without a doubt, relate to Jake’s lack of enthusiasm as he sits, uninspired on a Friday afternoon to work on a school assigned essay. “What to be thankful for?” he wonders.
Emily Madill and Izabela Bzymek illustrate a lesson we, as parents, are continuously trying to instill in our children, simply to be grateful. As children, with limited experiences and knowledge, it is difficult to “learn” perspective. Books are a gateway to these teachings. Let Jake’s experience be an eye opener, illustrating that the good stuff lies in the little things.
Life, every day, is full of things to be thankful for. The simple things are our greatest gifts. Jake’s time spent with his family and friends, with nature, doing activities he loves will be sure to ignite the reader’s sense of gratitude and is a good reminder to us all to not take the “good stuff” for granted.”
On the Captain Joe Books:
“This series of short stories are both fun and transformational. Each story helps teach children the power they have in controlling and creating their thoughts and feelings. These subtle yet substantial stories can only bring enjoyment and awareness to younger children,” Adrianne Dartnall, Counsellor and Communication Skills Trainer