Everyone is Special
|Book Size||10 x 168 x 233 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||4 Jul 2018|
|Subject Classification||Psychology / Child & developmental psychology|
For ages: 6+ years oldBillie’s Book is a colourful children’s book about the right way to treat others, each part of the lesson expands on the general idea of being worthy of respect and treating others with respect.It guides young readers towards a more open and welcoming approach to the world while also providing an important moral compass, urging them not to steal, lie, or bully others.Every person in this world is unique, special in their own way. From an early age, we often receive messages contrary to this,so it is important that children learn that they are special and worthy of respect. It is also important that they learn to extend that respect to others and the world around them. This book presents an illustrated lesson about how we should interact with the world around us. Paired with beautiful illustrations, each part of the lesson expands on the general idea of being worthy of respect and treating others with respect.The book is a labor of love for the author – writing it for her child and children everywhere. “In times like these, it is more important than ever to remind children that they don’t need to act, think, or behave in a certain way just to stay in line with the majority. My daughter— and your children too—can decide how to live her life in her own way. More importantly, judging anyone about these choices is wrong!” This book guides young readers towards a more open and welcoming approach to the world while also providing an important moral compass, urging them not to steal, lie, or bully others. It’s never too early to teach our children about the fantastic diversity of our world.
Ranjeeta Mayanglambam is an embodiment of the idea that constant self-improvement and boldness lead to truly great things. The story of her life is one of perseverance and exploration. She was a born doer, starting her first business at the tender age of five, when she began making bags with waste paper and selling them to shops for pocket money. At 10, she collected scrap metal and glass bottles and sold them to raise money for a New Year’s celebration at a friend’s house. Creativity and ambition have been perpetual pillars in her life, and she has gathered a lifetime of stories and dreams that she shares with her readers.