Children are impressionable. They see good and bad. We can't always control what they see, but it’s what they do after seeing I'd like them to get right.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 19, 2012
Inspired during her daily walks about her hilly property as she quietly watched birds of various species singing and playing together, author Judith Nell Taylor-Dill presents her one-of-a kind book titled, “I Can Fly!”. Readers will find interesting characters Bluey, Kitty and Starling who are never far from one another, almost like peas in a pod.
Whether kids are in an educational setting, social setting or at home playing with friends, there is always one individual that seems to have fun being deceptive or mischievous. What’s the price for deception? “I Can Fly!” is a story about a young bluebird who learns that being disobedient can likely lead to trouble, physical pain and even heartache.
Oftentimes children will find themselves in situations where they have to decide between right and wrong. Do they do the right thing, or will they do the wrong thing in order to “fit in with the crowd?” What are some of the choices Bluey is faced with? Every choice has a consequence - whether good or bad. What people choose to do may also affect others besides them.
Main character Bluey is an adorable, yet mischievous tree bird who finds himself locked away in his cage where he eventually has time to think about the problems he has caused himself, his friends and his mother. Time out for the tree bird! What will result from his time away from his Mama and friends? Will he continue in his mischievous ways or set himself apart and play by the rules?
I Can Fly was written to help educate its young readers by including valuable lessons on obedience, responsibility, patience and love. I Can Fly can be ordered at http://www.ican-fly.com, AuthorHouse, Amazon.com, or any bookstore.
About Judith Nell Taylor-Dill
Born and raised on the breathtaking Island of Bermuda located in the Atlantic Ocean, Judith discovered her talent for writing as a child. Some of her poetry included “Portraits of Life” and “A Season of Flowers” which were both published by The National Library of Poetry.
As a teenager, Judith did not take her literary skills seriously until she discovered herself writing musical lyrics and poems more frequently. As she became aware of her talent, she decided to enter poetry contests. Her career was soon to blossom as she saw her work published.