Beautiful Children’s Positive Character Coloring Book Available in August on Amazon.com!

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‘Beautiful Children’s Positive Character Coloring Book’ reinvents the way we utilize our children’s play time.

Why Positive Character Books?

Helps children develop self-esteem, confidence and higher academic achievement.

This coloring book would be great in any home with young children, Primary School, Children’s Hospital, etc! Also, great for boy and girl scout troops!

I am Beautiful.

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This artwork is simply one page from my new coloring book that makes its debut in August. The coloring book is entitled, “Beautiful Children’s Positive Character Coloring Book” and will be available on amazon.com.

This coloring book is revolutionary; it reinvents the way we utilize our children’s playtime.

The children will have the opportunity to color, read, learn, remember and do a few writing activities at the completion of the book, if they choose.

Why Positive Character Books?

Positive Character Books help build beautiful people from the inside – out, instead of from the outside – in (which is what we see a lot of in society today).

These books contribute to positively molding our children by helping to build their self-worth, self-esteem and confidence. Therefore, assisting in their achievement of higher academic success.

The truth is, we are all beautiful in our own, unique and individual way when we are exhibiting Positive Character Behaviors.

*Recently, I heard a story online about a young Playboy model that was condemned for taking a picture of an elderly woman at a gym locker room while she was naked, and then sending the picture over her social media feed stating, ‘If I can’t unsee this, neither can you.’ The model subsequently lost all of her modeling contracts, got banned from Playboy and faced a heavy lawsuit in court after her actions were revealed to the public.

This woman went from being praised for her outer beauty and then cast aside for her show of grotesque judgement.

However, my contention is not just with her, it is also with society’s harsh judgement of this woman unveiling her true character; her essence.

Society did not expect her to present her true beauty, initially. She was just adorned with the title of ‘Beautiful woman’ without having to present more than her face and body.

I, today and every day, challenge society to allow a person to walk in and Present their true selves, before bestowing the title of ‘Beautiful Human’ upon them. Observe their inner character first, then ask yourself:

Have they shown kindness? Are they a hard worker? Do they help others? Are they compassionate? Are they exhibiting Positive Character Behaviors in their every day actions?

The only true, lasting beauty, is the beauty of the heart, Rumi once said.

People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel, Maya Angelou once stated.

Let’s remember this when we are presented with the presence of another. Let’s feel their essence with our hearts, not cast our judgement about their physical appearance with our eyes, thoughtless words and shallow assumptions.

Thank you for reading.

Beautiful Girl, Cora!

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Another Beautiful Girl has received her new Positive Character Book, “All the Beautiful Girls”!

Have you purchased a copy for a Beautiful Girl you know? All the Beautiful Girls

I decided to become a Children’s Positive Character Educator because I believe the children are our future! Nelson Mandela once said, “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”

Let’s treat our children well by teaching them about Positive Character Behaviors:

I am being beautiful when I am responsible. I am being beautiful when I am helpful. I am being beautiful when I am kind. I am being beautiful when I am creative. I am being beautiful when I am courageous.

“We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget he is someone today.” ~Stacia Tauscher, Artist & Dancer

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” — Frederick Douglass, Abolitionist and Statesman

New Children’s Book, “A Boy’s Guide to Becoming a Gentleman” On Sale NOW!

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“A Boy’s Guide to Becoming a Gentleman” is a story about a young boy that aspires to grow up to be just like his dad, a gentleman. He learns that gentlemen have positive character!

Join the young boy on his journey of learning positive character. This book also includes ten bonus positive character coloring pages!

For Ages: 5 – 10 Years

Page Count: 42 Pages

You can purchase “A Boy’s Guide to Becoming a Gentleman” Written and Illustrated by Leslie Marie Wheeler by clicking a link below:

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You can purchase “All the Beautiful Girls” Written and Illustrated by Leslie Marie Wheeler by clicking a link below:

https://www.createspace.com/6862992

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