"The Morning Good" was born as a poem and remains so in this newly minted Book One of Kelly Anne Manuel's Essentials Series. In this story the Child is invited to experience their mornings in a unique and beautiful way. The optimism that the story presents is practical as well as heart warming.
"The Morning Good" offers a standing invitation to the Child. The Child will learn that every morning is a fresh, new day, with unlimited adventures to embrace. It has a rhythm which encourages the Child to look upon each morning as special.
The simple words take on new meaning as the illustrations pair perfectly with their presentation. The illustrations offer a different view of the morning on the planet. The Child will be drawn in to discover this different view as the Northern Lights as well as Polar Bear illustrations leap off the page. Children who begin their morning ritual with optimism reap wonderful benefits. The story ends with a
decision to greet the morning with the awe that it really does inspire. Teaching the Child that they can also make decisions about how to face their day is crucial to healthy self esteem.
It is in Early Childhood that self esteem and identity are under major construction. "The Morning Good" is a tool in a Caregiver's toolbox to assist with that healthy formation. The idea that we are united with Nature and Science is such an important message that the author feels Children's literature must reflect. The Child who reads this book will be rewarded with fresh optimism each day as they welcome “The Morning Good.”
About the Author
Kelly Anne Manuel is the good kind of contagious. She is an eternal optimist who strives to see the good in all her days and throughout all aspects of her life journey. She has a unique voice that Children respond to because it is characterized by her own actively vibrant Inner Child.
Kelly Anne earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Telecommunications with a minor in Spanish from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She spent her early adulthood in a corporate career and then took time off to raise her son Ryan Michael. When she reentered the workforce it was in the Preschool arena that she flourished.
When she is not writing her books for Children she spends her time creating stories with paint. Both creative outlets allow her to feel that she is contributing to Children in a greater and broader fashion. She loves to tell stories and Children love to hear them.
Know more about her books, visit https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/161946041-kelly-manuel .