New Book Facilitates Parent-Child Values Discussion

Robin Densmore Fuson releases children's book to help parents teach values

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It will be a helpful resource for parents to become directly involved in their children’s education while also encouraging the children to explore new ideas through imagination,

Grand Junction, Colo. (PRWEB) January 20, 2013

With more and more technological advances in education, are parents becoming too hands off in the rearing of their own children?

Robin Densmore Fuson offers an engaging solution to today’s busy parents in her latest book Rosita Valdez and the Giant Sea Turtle. By blending learning with imagination, Fuson encourages parents to become involved in teaching their children life lessons and wholesome values.

Through Fuson’s adventurous and brave main character, Rosita “Rosie” Valdez, kids learn the importance of:

  •     morality
  •     honesty
  •     good character
  •     hard work
  •     family

“It will be a helpful resource for parents to become directly involved in their children’s education while also encouraging the children to explore new ideas through imagination,” Fuson said.

In Rosita Valdez and the Giant Sea Turtle, 8-year-old Rosie struggles with truthfulness as she encounters new experiences and adventures in a cove on the Pacific Ocean. Using her conscience and morals to guide her, Rosie becomes a key player when crisis comes ashore.

Rosita Valdez
and the Giant Sea turtle
By Robin Densmore Fuson
ISBN: 978-1-44976-487-6
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and WestBow Press online bookstores.

About the author:
With 30 years experience as a teacher, Robin Densmore Fuson is currently working on a series of chapter books for grade-school children. Formerly an AWANA missionary, she and her late husband ministered to over one hundred churches world wide, taking her to places as far as Ukraine and Russia. Now in Colorado, with her husband of one year, she has three married children and ten grandchildren.

Learn more about Robin at: http://www.robindensmorefuson.com