(PRWEB) February 21, 2017
YEADON, Pa. – The new book, “Is-So Discovers Is-So” (published by WestBow Press), by Robert Lee Strother Jr. encourages children who are insecure to believe they can accomplish anything. The book also shows how teachers can impact their students’ lives.
Inspired by one of his students who struggled with self-confidence, Strother wrote “Is-So Discovers Is-So” to show all children that they can succeed. The book tells the story of a child named Is-So who does not believe in himself. Is-So meets Mr. Bob, a music teacher, who encourages his students to be confident through songs he creates with motivational lyrics. With Mr. Bob’s help, Is-So realizes that he can be strong and courageous and overcome anything in life
An excerpt from “Is-So Discovers Is-So”:
The teacher’s philosophy was that most children at that age could learn just about anything through music. He thought this could only happen if you prepared the subject properly and delivered it in a fun and energetic way. The teacher also thought that education is just like a chef preparing a new dish; people will eat just about anything if it is prepared properly, smells good, looks interesting, and served on a clean plate.
About the Author
Robert Lee Strother Jr. is a teacher as well as a freelance singer and percussionist. In the past, he performed with the late Grover Washington Jr.’s band, in 1979 and the early ’80s, but for the past 30 years he has performed with several bands in the Pennsylvania area. In addition to publishing “Is-So Discovers Is-So,” Strother has created a children’s music CD, “Encourage the Courageous,” to accompany the book.
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