My desire is to empower children, youth and adults alike to consciously create a happy life for themselves, their families and positively influence the world around them.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
Francesco is a typical child, until one day he learns that he possesses the power to create his own happiness. In her new children’s book, “You Are a Powerful Creator, My Little One,” by Monica Iglesias, young readers discover where positivity begins, and how Francesco is able to create it in his own life.
Inspired by actual events, Francesco’s story teaches a universal message emphasizing that no matter what the readers’ background is, they are in control of their own experience. By informing children how to take charge of their own destiny, Iglesias helps her audience take accountability for their future.
“Through a series of inquiring questions, the mother in this story facilitates her son to discover how to create what he wants through choice, intent, behavior, and evaluation,” said Penelope Eicher, a licensed marriage and family therapist. “The child discovers how choice and accountability generates well-being.”
In order to deliver her message accurately, Iglesias observed events that had happened within her family. By working with her own children, the author has created a book that readers of all ages can benefit from.
“Children love feeling empowered and making their own decisions,” said Iglesias. “My desire is to empower children, youth and adults alike to consciously create a happy life for themselves, their families and positively influence the world around them. A waterfall begins with a single drop.”
“You Are a Powerful Creator, My Little One”
By: Monica Iglesias
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press
About the author
Monica Iglesias is a mother of four, a business owner, and a former high school teacher. She grew up in southern Utah, and has lived in Puerto Rico and France. The author currently lives in southern Utah with her husband and children.
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