Want your child to have a better understanding of other children? Not everyone is the same. Through this series of books, children will gain greater empathy and understanding of how to relate to different types of kids as well as deeper knowledge of themselves. Would you like to gain a deeper insight into your child? These books will help you to recognize your child’s type and suggest ways to make them emotionally healthy. Children get a unique insight into the nine Enneagram Types in this series of books by Enneagram author, Ann Gadd (Sex and the Enneagram and The Enneagram of Eating).
Percy Perfect is the first in this series of nine books (each examining a different personality type). Fun illustrations your kids will enjoy.
Percy Perfect (Ennegram Type One), wants to improve the world and make it perfect. His friends though have other ideas. Join Percy and his friends as he discovers the real meaning of perfection.
No knowledge of the Enneagram is required. Illustrations are fun and avoid divisions of race, creed etc.This is a fun easy way to be introduced to the Enneagram types.
Series reviews from Amazon: I can’t wait to read the next one.
If you love the Enneagram and want to introduce your littles to the concepts this is a great one! My daughters love this series!
So good for kids and all encompassing to share, amazing job! I am grateful for this book and look forward to reading the others.
My 7yr old son loved this book. He enjoyed all of the character’s names. He thought Arthur was cool. In fact, he asked for the entire series so he can get to know all of the characters. They we referred to in this book and there was a page at the end that had pictures of each.
I thought this book did a nice job of teaching the message that each of us is special and that we don’t have to be like everyone else. This is just the message I am wanting to instill in my son.
I loved reading this story! I enjoyed how the author and illustrator were able to convey the emotions of the character through certain words, alliteration, and pictures. I laughed throughout the book as the author talked about made-up places like “Yallnevegettherealive”! I know that children will enjoy this book, as well as parents. I actually learned something new by reading it!
Targeted Age Group:: 3-8
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I am passionate about the Enneagrams and feel they are a wonderful way of helping us understand ourselves and others on a deeper level. I have already had two adult books published on the Enneagram. Having see how the Enneagram has helped my own children, I wanted to share the knowledge in a fun and accessible way.
Percy Perfect lived in Orderville, at number 1 Neat Lane. Percy was very neat and tidy.
His garden was spick and span. And so was his house.
The pictures on the wall were all perfectly straight.
There were no puzzle pieces or dirty mugs on the table.
All the books on the bookshelf stood neatly upright.
The carpet was spotless.
Everything was perfect, and that’s the way Percy Perfect liked it.
If his friends came for tea and dropped cake crumbs on the carpet, Percy Perfect got cross.
If they left muddy marks on the floor, he got very angry.
If they left a toy out of the toybox, he fumed.
Of course, he couldn’t show them that he was cross.
Being angry wouldn’t be being perfect, would it?
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Ann Gadd has been a writer since the day she learned to scrawl her first words in crayon across her bedroom wall. (An event her parents found to be less auspicious.) Her first published book was released in 1988, with the second appearing in 2003. Since then she has written / illustrated a further 33 books (with 15 translations), across a variety of fiction and non-fiction genres.
Ann has been a student of the Enneagram for over 20 years. The Enneagram of Eating and Sex and the Enneagram are her two latest books.
Ann has had numerous articles written about her work, and as such, has appeared on many talk shows and TV. She is the mother of two children who despite her best efforts, have emerged as successful and well-adjusted adults.
She is also a passionate and accomplished artist with sales of over 5 500 paintings, both locally and abroad.
Ann is a certified iEQ9 Integrative Enneagram practitioner and long-term student of the Enneagram. She spent 11 years an alternative therapist, (Reiki, LifeLine counselor, Footology and general holistic practitioner).