Inspirational Kids Stories

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“The very first night I downloaded Inspirational Kids’ Stories I printed it out and my daughter and I had the time of our lives. She especially loves the story Magic Mom and also Treasures in the Attic. It used to take me ages to find the right kind of uplifting stories to share with my children. Now I’ve got 32 of them to choose from. Thanks Doctor Daryl … armed with these stories I’m confident my children are being exposed to the right kind of messages…”

If you’re shocked at what passes for children’s entertainment these days, concerned about the ever increasing amounts of violence on TV, and you want to play an active role in educating and nurturing your child, then this may be the most important letter you’ve read all year.

I’ve just released a new e-book called “Inspirational Kids’ Stories” and it’s chock-full of inspiring, wholesome stories that will delight your children. Brimming with 32 individual stories , “Inspirational Kids’ Stories” gives you a whole smorgasbord of uplifting tales to choose from.

And what’s even better, these stories teach your children the values and respect we ourselves learned as children … values that seem to be lost in this new millennium.

They enlighten your child through an entertaining story … so that children “get” the message … they get to discover the meaning and wisdom behind the story all by themselves!

But I’m getting ahead here. Maybe I should first introduce myself, and let you in on how this new book came about…

My name is Dr Daryl Grant and I’m a parent just like you. And like you, I’m very concerned about what my children are exposed to on TV and in the books they read. But until I became a parent, I didn’t realise just how much rubbish was out there.

Rubbish that was labelled as children’s entertainment. (I don’t know about you, but I don’t consider teaching your child bad manners as quality entertainment.)

And it’s everywhere. In the books they read at school, on TV, in the playground, and when they get older it’s all over the Internet.

And to tell you the truth, I was shocked and amazed at how far things had slipped since I was a child.

Gee when I was a child we were easy-going … carefree, but respectful. The world was a simpler place. We had values, morals, honesty and above all, respect for our parents.

So I realised early on that I had to take a stand and make sure my children were exposed to uplifting, encouraging information. I vowed to my husband that our kids were going to grow up with values, manners, and a deep understanding of how to treat others.

Trouble was, I had to wade through a lot of trash to… Read more…