Monroe, New York (PRWEB) May 20, 2014
Teaching lessons to children can prove to be difficult, especially when they hit close to home. While kids always benefit from parental advice and words of encouragement, learning by example is a wonderful way for kids to connect to ideas and to learn more about themselves. This allows them to come to their own conclusions and feel a sense of personal understanding when it comes to gripping with things they are going through in life. Terrance the Giraffe, a new personalized book from KD Novelties aims to help kids understand that being different is not a bad thing and helps them do so through a personal journey.
In this story children learn about Terrance, a giraffe who is teased and made fun of for being different. Through this personalized story, kids can see what it is like for Terrence to be made fun of. They help him through his struggles and assist him in overcoming in the end. “This story can speak to all kids, whether they are concerned about being or feeling different, or have witnessed other children being treated as Terrance was in the story,” says Kim Delgado of KD Novelties. This book can help kids see how special it is to be different and that being different is completely okay. It emphasizes the importance of being true to oneself, treating others with respect and kindness, while providing an important message and boosting their self-esteem.
Ultimately kids can gain enormous insight through Terrance the Giraffe learning to accept and embrace their differences, acting confident when confronted with the issue, and treating others who are different with respect. Learning these lessons in a personalized way helps them develop their character and independence, forming their own opinions, and learning to overcome their personal problems or obstacles in a healthy and independent way.
KD Novelties has been publishing children's personalized books for over 10 years and believes in promoting literacy to kids in a unique way. For more information about Terrance the Giraffe and how to order your personalized copy check out their blog where they also share reading resources for parents.