Children’s Books: HOW LITTLE LEIGH MADE FRIENDS (Adorable, Bedtime Story/Picture Book for Beginner Readers About Overcoming Shyness, Believing in Yourself and Making Friends, ages 2-8)
HOW LITTLE LEIGH MADE FRIENDS is a delightfully illustrated story about a little girl who, like many children, suffers from shyness and lack of self-confidence. She has no friends and finds herself alone walking to and from school and even at school, until she comes upon a mirror that becomes her friend.
She poses questions to the mirror and the mirror always answers back. The mirror agrees with her as she describes her loneliness, but also agrees with her when she decides to change.
With the mirror’s support Leigh ventures out of her isolation and learns to believe in herself. What child would not want to be rid of shyness or be sympathetic to those who are shy? Great lesson!
Charmingly illustrated by Sally Huss in bright and happy colors.
Fans of the books by Dr. Seuss, Sandra Boynton, Suzy Spafford, the Berenstains, Felicia Bond, Laura Numeroff and P.D. Eastman will really appreciate HOW LITTLE LEIGH MADE FRIENDS. Great for pre-schoolers and early readers.
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About the Author:
Sally Huss writes children’s books to help brighten the lives of children. All of her books are happy in nature and add a little dollop of wisdom in the process. She feels children need good habits, handy skills, and a good sense of humor to keep them moving forward in a happy, healthy, and productive manner.
As a King Features syndicated author, Ms. Huss has been creating positive and inspirational messages, called “Happy Musings”, for newspapers in the U.S. and Canada for many years. This has led to her writing and illustrating a great number of uplifting books for both adults and children. Along with her writing and illustrating, she has created collections of wallpaper for children, baby bibs, t-shirts and a vast number of prints and original art for children’s rooms.
Here are some of Sally Huss’ other books:
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Plain Jane and the 4th of July (About Being Yourself and Self-Appreciation) http://amzn.to/1srBkkN
The James Gnomes (The Importance of Loving and Caring) http://amzn.to/1hnu6UK
Cool! (The Importance of Getting Along with Others) http://amzn.to/1jKFvkn
A Wise and Thoughtful Father (The Importance of a Positive Attitude) http://amzn.to/1s1WYcw
Everything Has a Heart (The Importance of Love and Kindness) http://amzn.to/1gzqhA9
The Very Little Monster (The Importance of Kindness and Facing Fears) http://amzn.to/1iPCMp7
A Mermaid Tea Party (About Thoughtfulness and Good Manners)
Gator Eggs (About Sowing and Reaping) http://amzn.to/1devwBk
Everyone Has a Mother (Appreciating Mothers) http://amzn.to/1mCMUmA
A Boat Full of Animals (Fun Exercises to Develop Good Habit and Core Values) http://amzn.to/1hycrxl
The Secret (The Importance of Saying “Please”) http://amzn.to/RUHto5
The Little Leprechaun Who Loved Yellow (The Importance of Following Your Heart) http://amzn.to/KQHC1K
Children of the World (Fun Rhyming and Counting) http://amzn.to/zhokeG
Little Baby Bobby Goes to the Zoo (The Importance of Understanding “NO!”) http://amzn.to/KaXzQQ
How the Cow Jumped Over the Moon (The Importance of Trying Something New) http://amzn.to/N2CT1K
A to Z Animal Games (Learning Games to Develop 26 Good Habits) http://amzn.to/Mb4z3Y
Little Lonely Leigh (The Importance of Believing in Yourself) http://amzn.to/MgYKxR
Eight Golden Rules for How to Play Your Best Tennis (The Importance of Playing Happy and Other Strategies, Endorsed by Billie Jean King, Dick Enberg, Mary Carillo) http://amzn.to/uqQYYx
Mr. Consequences Says ‘No’ to Strangers (The Importance of Making Good Choices) http://amzn.to/N2Eipk
Lulu Little Gets Smart (The Importance of Learning from Mistakes) http://amzn.to/LSFib5
Thanksgiving Dinner (The Importance of Being Thankful) http://amzn.to/KQH9g3
The Tree-Within-The-Tree (The Importance of Appreciation) http://amzn.to/N2E5lK
Did You Ever Say “Thank You”? (The