Meeting people can be scary. Will Harry overcome his jitters in a brand-new town?
Harry the red-headed lizard is worried about his family's upcoming move. Leaving his pals behind in Capital City, he's a bundle of nerves as they pull into the driveway of their new home. And when he meets the kids from the neighborhood, Harry is scared no one will like him.
But when they invite him to the park, Harry faces his fears and decides to join in. And after one playmate turns out to be a not-so-nice pal, this shy fella is afraid that moving to Sunshine City was a big mistake.
Will Harry learn to be himself and make wonderful friends?
The Day I Met My Best Friend is the first story in the inspiring The Adventures of Harry & Friends children's picture book series, based on the award-winning Harry & Friends Black Belt Principles Character Education Program. If you or your child like imaginative characters, beautiful illustrations, and setting positive examples, then you'll love Sarah Beliza Tucker's confidence-building tale.
Buy The Day I Met My Best Friend to help Harry be brave today!
About the Author
Starting as a Fox Kids Club actress and producer, she learned to hold the attention of children through media in her teens. She moved on to theater, animation, and video game production.
She is dedicated to producing media that does more than entertain but also instills life lessons all children need to succeed.
Her company, Ocean Aire Productions, has been helping the martial arts industry teach character development worldwide since 2006! She is a co-owner of a martial arts school with her husband, where she has been teaching and developing Character Education Programs for children for over 20 years.
Sarah created Harry the Red-Headed Lizard as a creative writing assignment in the ninth grade, and he has been with her ever since, evolving into what he is today. All the characters and mentors in her stories are based on the children, teachers, and parents she has worked with over the past 20 years. Sarah brings a sense of realism within the fantasy world, she gives young children a safe place to learn life skills and problem-solving by connecting them with characters that they can relate to.