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Suitable for (Ages 3-8 and up) (Beginner Readers)
Brit is different. She doesn’t fit in.
She has her own unique fashion style and loves art and writing.
Although she tries hard to be strong and express herself, she has a major problem at school!!
Nasty Nate makes her life miserable. He singles Brit out because she is different,
In the story find out how Brit uses courage and compassion to handle some challenging situations that she must face.
Your child will cheer for Brit!
In a surprise ending, find out how Brit triumphs over bullying.
Watch your child smile ear to ear in this “feel good ending”!
Perfect for bedtime!
Children’s poetry and children’s rhyming books make reading so enjoyable!
Beautiful illustrations add to the magic of the story.
Children’s stories that teach a lesson as well are an added bonus!
Written in simple verse that makes it easy for your child to read or follow along.
This story will help your child celebrate what makes them special, and that being different is okay. Let’s teach our children how to love who they are!
Don’t forget to try out the self-esteem activities that you can do with your child to make them feel extra special.
Targeted Age Group: Children ages 2-8
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
As a Child and Youth Worker I have experienced first hand the pain and suffering that kids experience because of bullying and low self esteem.
I believe as parents and educators we need to start to teach our children from a very young age, the pain harsh words can cause. We also need to teach our children how to believe in themselves and have confidence.
I really enjoyed writing this book about Brit, and hope that little ones will cheer for her and learn to believe in themselves!
About the Author:
Kally Mayer is the oldest of 7 children and has always loved writing and poetry. She recalls her mother being concerned that she read so much that she never came out of her room.
Working as a Youth worker with special needs children Kally has been around children her whole life. She really enjoys entertaining them with her silly rhymes and made up stories.
Kally has 3 children and two grandchildren which has inspired her to publish books for younger children.
Kally believes that literacy is an important indicator of the success of your child and entertaining them while reading is key. Gone are the days of Dick and Jane. The more fun you and your child have, the more you will them into reading!