Abigail Tyler is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains family talking points about stealing. This thought-provoking picture book is written for children ages 4 to 10. It contains a variety of short stories which parents can use as discussion points. It is illustrated with great graphic images. It offers interesting facts, in simple language. Although the material appropriate for these ages, younger children will need help. This book is most useful when parent and child share it together.Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read about why people steal and the consequences of stealing. They’ll also learn how shoplifting hurts everyone. Children will identify with personal stories in the book. Parents can use these stories to clarify the issues involved in stealing. Most of the book’s images are colored drawings and photographs. These are most effective when read on a Kindle Fire, or the Kindle Application on a tablet device, or PC. They can be viewed clearly on black and white readers. Only the color dimension is lacking. Children will also find answers to kid-style questions. – Who am I hurting? I took it from a store, not a person.- Why is everyone mad at me? All I did was borrow it!Teachers and home schooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. Ethical ideas and solutions are presented for the young reader. Great illustrations bring the text to life.
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Author Abigail Tyler lives in Southeast Oklahoma. She writes Children’s Non- Fiction Kindle books for Amazon. She also has a few unpublished items in the works.
Abigail believes that along with weaving a story into a written work comes a responsibility. She feels authors should express themselves. That is what being an artist and author is all about. But with that, she keeps in mind that words are sharper than any two-edged sword. She chooses not to write stories that generate hate, or foster desperation or pain for her readers. She believes there is already enough pain and desperation in the world. Abigail thrives to write stories filled with hope, triumph and adventure. That is not to say her character’s lives are a walk through the park. You can, however, expect a happy ending in her fiction works.
Abigail hopes all of you eternal optimist, hopeless romantics, and lovers of adventure, from whom all good things are born, will pick up a copy of one of her books and enjoy the ride through the story she creates.
Abigail is married with two wonderful children and besides doing freelance writing, helps with the publishing activities at church and school.