However, teachers, parents and grandparents can easily enjoy having a meaningful discussion with their child or grandchildren using this book.
Houston (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
In her new children’s book titled “The Little Girl Called Princess: Princess Where Are You?” (published by AuthorHouse), author Rosslyn Kanu takes readers through the experience of losing a child – from the child’s and parent’s perspectives.
“Teaching our children awareness and safety measures is very important in today’s society,” Kanu says. “As soon as a child gets lost, putting the word out immediately will create a better chance of finding the child alive.”
The story follows a young girl named Princess, who lives in Lagos, Nigeria. Princess eagerly runs an errand for her parents. But along the way, she finds herself lost amid unfamiliar surroundings.
With vivid detail and meaningful moral lessons, the story creates a dialogue for its adult readers to have with their children.
“This little book has important message for everybody, and it creates awareness,” Kanu says. “However, teachers, parents and grandparents can easily enjoy having a meaningful discussion with their child or grandchildren using this book.”
“The Little Girl Called Princess”
By Rosslyn Kanu
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 32 pages | ISBN 9781468523751
E-Book | 32 pages | ISBN 9781477256039
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Rosslyn Kanu lives in Texas. She graduated from DeVry University in Houston with a bachelor’s degree in management. She is very much diversified, which helps her to survive in a multicultural world. Moreover, she has worked in healthcare and retail industries for several years and she feels diversification is the key to her successful performance in those industries.
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