New Children’s Book Gives Young Readers a ‘First Look’

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Kids learn what makes them unique as they look in the mirror for the first time.

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A new children’s book gives young readers a first look in the mirror as they discover their facial features and learn what makes them special.

In her debut book Big Brown Eyes, author Naomi Connor brings young readers to the center of the story in a discovery-based educational book. Aimed at opening children’s eyes as they begin to explore themselves, it also addresses the changes every child experiences.

“This book appeals to kids who are losing their teeth, to parents who remember losing their first tooth and to grandparents who are keeping the tooth fairy busy,” says Connor.

Through clever rhymes and colorful illustrations, Big Brown Eyes candidly captures a child’s first observations as they explore their appearance, allowing the reader to become the main character as they observe what makes us all unique. Interactive and fun, parents and teachers can appreciate the emphasis placed on the values of self-respect and love.

Stimulating their curiosity, Big Brown Eyes educates kids while simultaneously encouraging them to continue reading.

“This is about the simple, little things that excite kids,” says Connor. “It’s not restrained by age.”

About the author
The wife of a retired military serviceman and the mother of three, Naomi Connor resides with her family in northern California. Connor works in the health care field and also spends time volunteering. This is her first book.

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