This book gives children valuable messages for life’s journey. They will learn that if they do wrong to others it will return to them, and that it is important to care and be helpful to those in trouble.
Cincinnati (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Inspired by her grandchildren, Rev. Maxine Gray pens “Children's Lesson on Morality” (published by Trafford Publishing). This book teaches children about the important lessons that promote morals and ethics.
The story begins with a carefree little piglet, Piggy Zee, playing in the forest when she suddenly finds herself in danger as a large eagle “Tubal” threatens to have her for dinner. She is warned and aided by her forest friends, all except one selfish peacock. What will be in store for a peacock who refuses to help a friend in need? Will she learn valuable lessons about compassion and selflessness?
This book gives children valuable messages for life’s journey. They will learn that if they do wrong to others it will return to them, and that it is important to care and be helpful to those in trouble. Children will be delighted with the fascinating characters and the vibrant colors of this book.
“I want readers to adore the characters, and discuss the content with their children as a lesson,” Gray says. She also emphasizes that selfishness and compassion are learned behaviors so it will be effective to help the young ones understand and learn ethics on proper behavior. She hopes parents can guide their offspring by teaching them the “Children's Lesson on Morality.”
“Children's Lesson on Morality”
By Rev. Maxine Gray
Softcover | 8.5x11in | 20 pages | ISBN 9781490766867
E-Book | 20 pages | ISBN 9781490766850
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Rev. Maxine A. Gray is a pastor, teacher and Christian counselor. She has been married to her husband, Mr. T. Gray, for over 40 years he is a community activist, Pastor, singer and former choir director. They have two daughters who are both entertainers and singers; the Oldest taught children for many years and is a recording artist, the youngest does vocal technique training for both adults and children; she is also a vocalist and stage performer. Gray has three grandsons: Tyrone II, Thaddeus and Theopolis Jr.; beloved Nieces, Nephews & a host of parishioners’ children, who inspire her writings. It is important for her that children learn to love and respect one another and that they know how to show kindheartedness and refrain from selfishness. The ills of society can be changed through their generation.
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