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Children book: Annie's Butterfly (Inspirational stories for kids Book 10) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 2271 KB
  • Print Length: 41 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 17, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DOE0QRQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #917,289 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ever since my childhood I've spent hours and hours reading and later, writing. I was delighted with writing and exercised this love mainly producing short stories and writing personal diaries. Over the years, I continued to develop myself, reading and learning, acquiring a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration as well as a degree in Naturopathics. During this time, writing had become a habit and second nature for me. Recently, I decided that it was time to share the stories I write with others, so I started publishing my children's stories at Amazon.

As a mother of three adorable children, it is important to me to equip my kids with the right values, build their self-esteem which will later make them capable and successful grown-ups. My method is through presenting them with real-life common situations.

Learning from failures as well as from success, persistence and focus on the end-result and on things that are under our control, the respect of others as well as respect for ourselves, making progress one step at a time and the importance of family values are only some of the ideas and values that I teach my kids. It is very important for me to pass these on to other children in the world as well. All this can be achieved by conveying these massages using funny, joyful easy-reading stories brought together with colorful happy illustrations.

I was inspired by my youngest when creating the character of Annie in the series "Inspirational Stories for Kids Collection". My daughter even looks much like cute little Annie.

As one who is passionate about writing, I truly hope my stories will elevate and bring a lot of joy to children all over the world.

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Some may say - drawing a butterfly requires following basic drawing technique. Well, this story is not about drawing, it's about trying again and again and not losing hope until you succeed. Persistence is an essential skill to succeed not only in drawing but in every other aspect in life
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This story is just as fun and cute as other Annie's learning adventures...My niece loves this adorable little girl and I just got her the new story to add to her collection called, "Cool In The Pool".."Annie's Butterfly" encourages children to never give up, practice makes perfect, every child has a different special talent and making new friends...

It's the first day of Spring and Annie and all her friends are happy...The first thing Annie sees on her way to school is a beautiful butterfly..When she gets to school nothing goes right.. She can't draw that perfect butterfly, and can't skip rope in gym..Annie is sad and frustrated...Her Mom and teacher tells her practice, practice, because sometimes you learn from your mistakes...Does our adorable Annie ever give up...Will she learn something new about herself....

This entire series of books are inspirational, happy, and very educational..They will definitely engage and hold your child's attention..Just the cute, bright and colorful illustrations alone will make them laugh....
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What a lovely story. The drawings are colorful and happy and the entire story is so optimistic. This little girl is not giving up. One may say she metaphorically transforms into a butterfly.
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It's the first day of spring, and Mary, the kindergarten teacher, assigns the class to draw pictures. Carol paints great butterflies, but when Annie tries to do butterflies, she fails miserably. Carol tries to help Annie, but her offer is rudely rejected. Later, in gym class, the kids learn to use jump ropes. Annie's not doing so well, but the teacher reminds her how other activities that Annie had learned took a lot of practice before she mastered them. Annie takes the jump rope home, and after practicing, she succeeds. She understood then that new activities took practice and that she shouldn't give up. Back in class the next day, she asks for help in drawing butterflies from Carol, who's glad to show her how.

The illustrated story is entertaining for younger kids, but it also carries a message about not giving up on learning a new activity, and not being afraid to ask for help. It's a valuable lesson for kids to learn at an early age.
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Author Shirly R.L. and Illustrator Anahit Aleksanyan continue to create stories about an adorable little girl named Annie whose crowning feature is a head of curls. With wise writing and beautiful illustrations they offer a story that is not only fun for children (especially little girls who worry about such things) but also that has some very wise lessons.

Winter has passed and it is the first day of Spring and the kindergarten teacher asks Annie of the Curls and her friends what they think of when they hear the word `Spring'. The answers; birds, butterflies, trees and flowers that bloom, and JOY! The teacher then asks them to draw pictures of Spring and while Annie's friends are successful, Annie can't draw a butterfly and is further confounded when one of her friends informs Annie that she can draw great butterflies, a remark that brings a grumpy `Who cares?' from Annie. From that frustration the children attempt to learn to jump rope, and while none of the girls can perform, Annie takes it personally and has to be encouraged that practice makes perfect. And sure enough, with much practice Annie learns to jump rope. Her mother suggests she apply the same concept to drawing butterflies (Annie feels guilty for being critical of her friend who actually could draw butterflies) so she apologizes to her friend and in turn her friend helps her to learn. `It may take time and lots of practice to get it right, but it's worth it!' Lessons learned, including the fact that it is not necessary to be embarrassed to ask for help.

Once again little curly headed Annie (courtesy of Shirly and Anahit) provide a fun and learning story for children. Grady Harp, August 13
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This story flows very well and written in a manner that children can read by their own. Annie is the same cute kid we had met in other books in the series. In this book she tries to use a jump rope and fails. Just a second before she waives the entire idea she decides to try again and again until she makes it. Annie also takes the same concept into another area in her life.
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When the teacher asks the kids in class to paint 'Spring-time' - Annie wishes to paint a butterfly. However, she does not know how to paint one. When I read this part to my daughter, she immediately volunteered to teach Annie how to do so... later she tried to bounce a ball and jump a rope, just like Annie. This book certainly got her engaged...
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Annie is at it again. This little girl inspires other kids to understand tha practice makes perfect. This smart educational book is the third in the Annie's series and teaches kids mot to give up and to always look for inspiration to do more. Great charming piece of writing that kids would love.
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