NEW YORK – December 14, 2021 – (Newswire.com)
When one thinks of the motto “Do it yourself”, it is usually associated with the punk movement in which teenagers and young adults get involved in event organizations and culturally related craft productions. But is it only at this age that people can think for themselves and start producing regardless of what they like the most? The recently published children’s book by Fulton Books, “My Friend Samuel” is proving to be a good alternative for child readers.
The book is richly illustrated and very colorful.
It tells the story of Samuel, a child who has never been hungry in his life but is well aware of the limitations of the lower class doesn’t have everything he wants – in his case, toys. Her friend Emma, from her class at school, is about to celebrate her birthday and Samuel really wants to give her something. He tells his mother about his feeling of helplessness at not being able to buy anything for her, also knowing that he cannot count on his family’s resources. After listening to her son, his mother makes a suggestion to him: instead of buying, Samuel could give Emma the present. The boy doesn’t really understand how interesting doing something with his mind and hands can seem, but with the use of his imagination he dreams of giving his friend the best gift.
Hazel shares: “Samuel was invited to his best friend Emma’s birthday party. However, he cannot afford a present for her. Join her team to find out how to use creativity to give the best gift she can have.
Published by Fulton Books, Elise Hazel’s book is an endearing story proving that gifts don’t have to be expensive to be considered special. A thoughtful gift filled with love and appreciation for the celebrant is much better than commercial gifts.
It also motivates young readers to venture into the arts and crafts.
Readers who wish to discover this inspiring work can purchase “My Friend Samuel” in bookstores around the world, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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