Arabelle: The little bat with the most wonderful glasses

Arabelle: The little bat with the most wonderful glasses

by Danielle R Lindner


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Children often struggle with feelings of insecurity at some point in their childhood.
When children feel that there is something about them that makes them "different" from the others in their peer group, they often express fear, sadness and anger. Some children are afraid that they are too short, too tall or just don't fit in.
One of the most important things we can teach our children is that our differences make us special.
In Arabelle, The bat with the most wonderful pink glasses, Arabelle struggles with the idea that if she has to wear glasses, she will not be the same as her friends and they will taunt and tease her.
She quickly learns that we are all different in our own special way, and, in fact, having new pink glasses proves to be absolutely wonderful!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781490538006
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/03/2013
Series: Koby's Kind Kids Books
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)

About the Author

About the Author
Danielle Lindner, a member of the SCBWI (Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators), has a BA in Political Science and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is the founder of The London Day School® Preschool and Kindergarten Enrichment Academies.

The London Day School® was created by Ms. Lindner who saw a need for an enriching, challenging and socially engaging program for young children. Her schools and books provide a scaffolding approach to learning with a strong focus on character education.

Her books help children find their voice and become caring, nurturing and self-confident individuals.

The first book in the series, Sofia the Snail, "The little snail that was afraid of the dark,"addresses a child's fear of nighttime darkness.

Arabelle the Bat, "The bat with the most wonderful pink glasses," is the second in the series and addresses a child's fear of being "different and fitting in."

Ms. Lindner is also a contributor to The Alternative Press as the author of Nursery U, articles for parents and educators.

She is the mother of two children and actively participates in community projects and programs that support and foster the wellness and joy of children.

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