How to Celebrate Who You Are By Janis Cox
Is there a time when you have felt unloved?
Have you felt that you are not good enough?
Or you have wanted to be or act like someone else?
Children have the same struggles. That’s how competition makes for hurt feelings and inadequacy.
Tadeo Turtle is a little colourful turtle who loves life – until he sees Sammy squirrel climbing a tree and starts to envy his way of life. Join Tadeo on his journey of self-discovery. He learns a lesson that we all need to learn – God loves us, just the way He made us.
Acceptance of who you are leads to many positive characteristics. So no matter what age you are this book has a lesson for you.
Created for ages newborn until 6, Tadeo Turtle has become a best-loved book.
There are children’s activities and research ideas in the back of the book.
Happy readers have said,
“I bought these [Janis has 2 books] for my grand-nieces a couple of years ago. They’re not book kids, but they loved these. Their mom says they still read them!’ – Bobbi Junior
“May we accept this beautiful gift as Tadeo learned to do. This short book has a lesson for children and adults alike. How often do we wish we were like someone else or had things that others have? Tadeo Turtle is a simple rhyming story for the young. Janis Cox illustrated the animals and scenes in luscious, colorful watercolors. They are so beautifully painted.” Amazon customer
To get a copy: Canadian Amazon
Available in paperback or Kindle. Alternately you can contact me and I will send you one. Email Janis Cox.
Janis started writing in her journal as a way to learn more about her faith. She is an award-winning author/illustrator of Tadeo Turtle and The Kingdom of Thrim. She podcasts on Hope Stream Radio. Her talk Growing Through God’s Word can be heard each Tuesday. Janis is also an artist and her art is showcased in the Rails End Gallery, Haliburton, Ontario. She is a creative catalyst who encourages Christians to study God’s word through creativity. Janis lives in Haliburton with her husband and her dog, Snowball.