It shows children it’s okay to just be yourself.
FESTUS, Mo. (PRWEB) November 09, 2015
In “Mrs. Bumbleberry and the Ark” (published by WestBow Press), the second entry in author Kathleen Beining’s “Mrs. Bumbleberry” series, young Katy goes to summer church camp with Mrs. Bumbleberry. There she discovers that not everyone is kind, but finds a new friend in Andi. Together, they learn about Noah and his ark.
Beining was inspired to continue the series saying that, “I wanted to write something that would show children how important it is to maintain values such as sharing, telling the truth, kindness, faith, etc.”
This colorful children’s book aims to teach children that not everyone is nice, but there is still value in sharing. It’s a happy story that uses humor and positive reinforcement to hopefully delight children and their parents.
“This is a simple story with simple values,” Beining explains. “Nobody has special magic or enhanced powers, just ordinary people in everyday life. It shows children it’s okay to just be yourself.”
“Mrs. Bumbleberry and the Ark”
By Kathleen Beining
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 26 pages | ISBN 9781512713305
E-Book | 26 pages | ISBN 9781512713312
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kathleen Beining lives in a rural area of eastern Missouri. She is a devout Christian and grew up in a religious home. When not writing, she likes to travel and see new places but knows there’s no place like home. This is the second book in her “Mrs. Bumbleberry” series. More can be found at: kathleenbeining.com.
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