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Jessica's first book was something her mother encouraged her to write. I am Good at Lots of Things was a story she began writing and illustrating when she was just seven. She was upset by the challenges she faced at school. She was reminded that we are all individuals with different talents, and she wanted to share that. Jessica is inspired to write by her own personal experiences. Her stories often begin with ordinary circumstances such as going to the optometrist for glasses or playing video games. If something resonates with Jessica, she begins with her notebook and pencil, framing out her story page by page. Next, she begins illustrating the story with color pencils or water color. Her expressive artistic style is unique to anything seen before.
Jessica's fictional characters evolve in every story. Jessica's characters face difficulties, disabilities and emotional challenges, but they always prevail, inform and unite people. Jessica wrote a story about being thankful for the gifts that she had been given instead of thinking about what she wasn't good at. Jessica feels that book publishing has a bright future because it is now open to a more diverse group of writers. She is honored to have the opportunity to be a young author who can write and speak directly to young readers and inspire them.
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Emily's feelings are hurt, but she tried not to show her true feelings. Kids kept saying she looks different, she sounds different, and her clothes are different. All Emily, or any kid in this situation, wants to do is fit in. Kids in this situation like Emily in the book begin to close up and build a wall around her. She finally realized she is different from others and much more unique (Which in my opinion can be a great thing), and nicer than others. The other kids just don't realize what damage they can do when bullying or teasing other.
Fortunately for Emily she finds friends with the same interests as her. It's a great way to make friends! Her and her friends find ways to make things better for themselves, by talking about the bullies, drawing pictures to describe how they felt when people were treating them badly. There are so many good messages in this book it's hard to talk about them all. Arnold really sums up all the issues together in this great story about a teenage girl living a "normal" girl that just wants to have fun, live life, and have friends that share experiences together. --- The main message of this story is the title---Nobody can take your happy away... unless you let them!Read more ›
The story has a good theme, not be to like everyone else. She moves the story along well and describes her feelings as good as a 12 year old can. The grandchildren however could not sit thru it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an excellent book for children and young teens. The style is geared toward younger children - it is a short story with a lot of illustrations. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ahhmericanwoman
I choose this because it is helpful and I like the story . Please write more books like this.
I love that you make books like this.
Because I like it
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This book was good it taught u to stand up to a bully
So s o this book was very short
No. This book is for babies. I'm not a baby. This book sucks and is a big pile of poop.Published 9 months ago by Toska Krasniqi
I have rated this book 5 stars because it is interesting and fun to read when I get very irritated.Published 11 months ago by Lezli Wagner
I think this is a great book for sad people, and people who are being bullied. I myself am being mistreated, and this book helps me all the time. So amazing and encouraging! Read morePublished 11 months ago by jonathan k. herring
Emily had just moved to a new neighborhood and school. On her first day, she is eager to make new friends and enjoy new experiences Things rapidly go sour. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Barbara Mojica
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