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Barbara Daniels writes children’s book that offers positive messaging on self-esteem

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I decided to write this book because I noticed throughout the years that kids and adults don’t possess self-confidence.

There are staggering statistics all over the Internet about children and their self-esteem. Many children fear they are fat, think they are ugly, or feel ashamed of the culture they come from.

As a proud mother and grandmother, Barbara McCane Daniels has personally witnessed this problem through her family and others she has come in contact with. Daniels wanted to address these issues and because of that, she wrote her new book “Timmy Teacup Transforms.”

In “Timmy Teacup Transforms,” children will learn of Timmy Teacup, a small teacup with green spots. In the beginning of the book, Timmy wishes to be a hot chocolate mug, thinking that he will be happier. After he magically transforms into a mug, he begins to realize it’s not what he wanted after all.

“I decided to write this book because I noticed throughout the years that kids and adults don’t possess self-confidence. They don’t like a lot things about themselves and some of them tend to feel invisible,” Daniels said.

The positive messaging in “Timmy Teacup Transforms” will encourage children to understand that they are perfect the way they are and that they don’t have to be different to be happy. Timmy’s exciting adventures will help children appreciate their family, their home, and most of all – themselves.

For more information, visit timmyteacup.com

“Timmy Teacup Transforms”
By: Barbara McCane Daniels
ISBN: 978-1-4808-2073-9
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Archway Publishing

About the author
Barbara McCane Daniels graduated from Maryville University -St. Louis with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. After years of understanding children and adults, Daniels decided to write her first children’s book that she hopes will reach millions. By addressing issues of self-esteem, Daniels wants children to be confident in the person they are. As a mother and grandma, Daniels values family time and hobbies such as art and interior design. The author currently resides in Missouri.

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