Two New Nanny Books…by N. W. Boyer
I’m happy to share with you the two new books from my Nanny Book Series.
Why Nanny Books? I am Nancy, the author and illustrator, who is called “Nanny” by my grandchildren. My inspiration for these books is that as a Christian writer I believe that parents and grandparents are looking for some inspirational books…especially those that help young people with problem solving as well as developing excellent values and ethics.
Previous books have been Linda Long Legs, Betty Big Ears, Bobby Big Brain that deal with self-esteem and finding one’s gifts and talents.
The two new books are Running Away Rita best for older young people, ages 8-14. Rita has to adjust to a new situation and this book helps young people understand how to do that. Most young people will identify with her feelings.
How to be Happy for Young People, for ages 6-10 is a brightly colored book that will appeal to various age groups with some advise and questions to be discussed after reading.
Parents, Grandparents, and educators who work with young people may want to take a look at the books mentioned at the following site: Nanny Books on Amazon They are available in the U.S.A and major countries around the world. Kindle readers will also find them at Amazon.
This entry was posted on February 7, 2015 by Boyer Writes. It was filed under Books by Nancy W. Boyer, Boyer Writes, Family, Nanny's Books for children, Over-coming Life's Problems, Teaching Values to young people and was tagged with author and illustrator, decision making, ethics for young people, How to be Happy for Young People, juvenile books, Nancy W. Boyer, Running Away Rita.