It is my privilege to announce the 8th book in my Nanny Series. It is called Anna and the Attic. The entire book is based on the fears of a little girl and her visit to her Grandparents in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. ( appropriate for ages 8-12) In our uncertain world, young people have many fears, real and imagined. We know the importance of good mental health and with each book I give parents, grandparents, teachers and other adults the opportunity to go over some thought-provoking questions.
Anna and the Attic is now available on amazon.com under the author’s name, Nancy W. Boyer. All the books in the series are listed here. It is my hope that it will meet the needs of young people everywhere.
It is my pleasure to share with you my first book in a new Nanny Adventure series. The book title is Willy the Worm.
Willy the green worm decides he is going to climb out of his hole and see the world. He is tired of living in a damp, unhappy place. Willy demonstrates what life can be like when one just needs courage and a strong will-power. This book helps young people from about age 8-12 think about different cultures…the likeness and differences…as they journey with Willy on a very challenging adventure.
This is a first in a new series called “Lessons from Fairy Tales”.
Crooked Creek Fir Tree is ready just before Christmas and is a modern-day version of the famous children’s book, The Fir Tree, by Hans Christian Andersen. The Crooked Creek Fir Tree learns a lesson in patience as he seeks to grow into his purpose in life. Photography is also by Nancy W. Boyer and the plot is situated in the mountains of the Blue Ridge. It is available in paperback and on Kindle.
It is my pleasure to introduce a new Kindle Book, LINDA LONG LEGS available on Amazon (click here to view)
This is the second in a series of self-esteem books written to help young people find their talents and identity in this difficult world. The first book in this series was BETTY BIG EARS also available on Amazon as an e-book and a hard copy
We hope you will pass this information along to family and friends who have young people who may benefit from this book. It is also an excellent source for parents and educators to engage young people in meaningful conversations.
Nancy W. Boyer, Author