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The Boy Who Didn't Like the Night

The Boy Who Didn't Like the Night


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How does a child mind work?

Written when Ewan was 4 years old, this book provides a glimpse of how a child’s mind works to solve problems switching from fantasy to reality. Parents will feel inspired by the heart-warming story of companionship and encouragement from his mother who managed to transform suffering into the excitement of finding the problem of having to stop playing and go to bed at night. His ideas were so creative and his conclusions so real - especially for a 4 year old - that it had to be transformed into this book.

This story will plant the seeds of creativity, mindfulness and environmental consciousness from a very early age. It is an easy way to show children they can think greatly but their actions will affect others and that sometimes, being in the moment and accepting that certain things cannot change is the best result anyone can have.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648314608
Publisher: Maira Metelo Stewart
Publication date: 05/22/2018
Pages: 28
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 6 Years

About the Author

Ewan is a 5 year old child with a natural talent to tell stories. He has the incredible ability to understand cause and consequence and to connect his fantasy world with day to day reality. He has a strong sense of doing good to everyone and to look after the world. Having a glimpse of his mind is a treat to any adult and child.

Maíra is Ewan's mother and an architect. She needed her son's dream of transforming his story into a book to encourage her to make her debut in illustrations other than buildings and public spaces.

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