Stories About What’s Important In Life

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“Emotional well-being is important, and this book covers both fun emotions and those that aren’t. It is a great book that helps the reader see what is important in their life.” — Kaylee Haynes, Elementary School Teacher

“The stories are told in simple language to help young readers with their reading skills and the author uses a lot of believable dialogue… This is a great book to teach readers of all ages some very important life skills.” — Readers’ Favorite

Stories About What’s Important In Life truly shares some of life’s most important values. With fun filled adventure in each chapter… your child will be given an engaging learning opportunity.” — Haley H., Homeschool Mom of Three

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Sophia Anna Ritter
Sophia A. Ritter, an author with Spanish roots, writes contemporary children's books that teach valuable lessons and boost self-esteem. A mother and freelance accountant, she…
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What do you think is super important in life?

Emma and Oscar are siblings. Emma loves her brother, even if he thinks he knows everything. Oscar loves his sister, even when she’s being stuck-up. But love isn’t the only emotion they feel, and these exciting stories prove it. They’re showing you that life is an epic journey filled with surprises!

In these stories, the siblings face various challenges as they grow up — I bet their stories are similar to things you do! Little do they know, they’re learning beliefs that will help them for the rest of their lives.

In ten captivating chapters, Emma and Oscar explore not just their emotions but also the values that guide them. From courage to kindness, curiosity to resilience, they learn important lessons that help them become the best versions of themselves. And guess what? Even adults struggle with these same challenges!

So, come be part of the family and have fun!

 

“Want to know a secret? What if I told you magic is not just in fairy tales? What if I told you it lives within us too? The magic of love, hope, friendship, kindness—the list goes on. Welcome to Stories about What’s Important in Life. Here, ten enchanting chapters eagerly await you. Each one teaches a valuable lesson that will make your heart sparkle! Are you ready to embark on an extraordinary journey?”

Illustrator

Tatiana Hrynenko

Publication Date

06/05/2024

Number of Pages

93

Primary ISBN

9788367973137

3 reviews for Stories About What’s Important In Life

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  1. Haley H., Homeschool Mom of Three

    Stories About What’s Important In Life truly shares some of life’s most important values. With fun filled adventure in each chapter you get to follow the characters through realistic situations where a lesson is encompassed along the way. From compassion to bravery, your child will be given an engaging learning opportunity and will have the ability to brainstorm how to incorporate these qualities into their own life. This was a great way to open up conversation between my sons with each chapter-so much learning in one book.

  2. Kaylee Haynes, Elementary School Teacher

    Stories About What’s Important In Life is an enlightening book that shows a brother and sister living through many emotions.

    Emma and Oscar have many different emotions that they learn and grow through. As brothers and sisters do, they don’t always agree with each other. Can they find a way to overcome those difficult feelings that arise? What’s important in life is true to its title. It is a great book that helps the reader see what is important in their life. This is a great book for caregivers, teachers, counselors and many more. Emotionally well-being is important, and this book covers both fun emotions and those that aren’t. What’s important in life would be a great addition to any library.

  3. Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite

    There are ten stories in this book and each one addresses issues and challenges that will definitely be familiar. The stories are told in simple language to help young readers with their reading skills and the author uses a lot of believable dialogue to help move the stories along and to further develop the characters and the theme relevant to each chapter. This is a great book to teach readers of all ages some very important life skills.

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