Necessary books for raising happy and healthy children 

Over the last three years I have written several children’s picture books that use nature, mindfulness, nutrition and the collective consciousness, amongst other valuable resources, to teach and empower children and adults in a unique style. I blend serious content with the simplicity and ease you would expect to find in a children’s title. I use these timeless but forgotten tools as a platform for healing and growth. Without returning to our true selves and noticing the world around us, we cannot reach our full potential and be our best selves. It is through my books that I hope to reach as many children and families as possible to add value to their world and bring peace to everyone who reads them.

I am in the process of submitting my manuscripts to publishers and exploring self-publishing. If you are interested in collaborating on a project I would love hear more from you. Please check back for updates on publications.

 

Excerpt from Sabita the Peace Warrior

This picture book takes the reader on a journey with Sabita the Peace Warrior as she leaves her home in India to travel the seven continents.

“Stop and think about this energy you create each day. It is a silent symphony that wraps around the earth.”  “Please,” Sabita asked, let’s make beautiful and kind music! You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. How you choose to feed your mind and body makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make!” This is just one of Sabita’s messages that she delivers to the amazing new friends she meets on her journey.

Along the way she meets many wonderful people. Sabita shares her ancient knowledge with children across the globe through a vivid backdrop of diverse terrain. As Sabita travels through the 7 continents, children will explore customs and cultural differences of their fellow schoolmates. Sabita the Peace Warrior explains the concept of mindfulness and meditation in terms young children will understand. The book is simple and easy to follow; however, will reach broad audiences looking for topics of compassion, acceptance, tolerance, and peace while promoting specific steps to create change in the world through visualization and meditation. The concept is presented in a way suitable for home use or classroom discussion. The theme is relevant enough to be appropriate for gift and inspirational books and is appropriate for every community.