New York (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
According to Wall Street Journal (WSJ), “For years, imagination was thought of as a way for children to escape from reality, and once they reached a certain age, it was believed they would push fantasy aside and deal with the real world. But, increasingly, child-development experts are recognizing the importance of imagination and the role it plays in understanding reality.” Thus in this fascinating story offered to all kids out there, author Reinaldo Alvarez tells about two siblings who share the same goal — to make a difference as they try to better their lives and that of the people around them — all through their powerful imagination!
“Little Baby Imagination” is about a brother-and-sister team who attempts to better not just their lives, but also the lives of friends and family members with the power of imagination. Nemo and Niyah decide to change the past and the future by closing their eyes and imagining that things are the way they would like them to be. Nemo and Niyah encounter a grumpy and sad Mr. Niceman while riding the school bus. The duo decides not to accept this image of Mr. Niceman; through imagination they change the image and behavior of Mr. Niceman.
WSJ further asserts that imagination is necessary for learning about people and events humans do not directly experience, such as history or events on the other side of the world. For young kids, it allows them to ponder the future, such as what they want to do when they grow up. And so this story will surely propel a lot of imaginations as each and every child who read this will practice his or her very own “Little Baby Imagination.”
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About the Author
Reinaldo Alvarez is a man full of passion for life and happiness, not just for him, but also for others. He was born in Haiti, and years later, he made it to America in 1989, residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He served eight years in the United States Army and served in the war in Kosovo and Afghanistan. He has two beautiful children, who are featured in his books. In 2011, Alvarez used his own finances to fund a small orphanage in Haiti. It is his hope to increase the size of the orphanage and the number of homeless children that the orphanage can accommodate.
Little Baby Imagination * by Reinaldo Alvarez
Journey of Nemo and Niyah
Publication Date: February 20, 2014
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 9781493165926
Picture Book Hardcover; $25.99; 24 pages; 9781493165933
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