Youngsters Learn 'Angelic Lessons' in New Picture Book
Author Tamarya Beaumont believes that no one is perfect and everyday is a new opportunity to learn and correct the wrongs done in the past. In her new book, "Angelic Lessons," she shares earthly lessons presented in a story with heavenly characters treading on the path toward being an angel to teach little ones how to act and not act, and to highlight that no one is perfect - not even little angels.
Readers will get to know Binky, Dingy, Kinsey, Kipsey, Lainey, Maddie, Phinneous, Siddah, Tinesy, Tillie and Tinker - all are angels coming together in their new place where they will learn lessons about who they are and how they should treat others around them. Each new character comes in with lessons to learn, to grow and to see how one is supposed to act and not act. They all find their own talents and what they love doing and are supported and guided in those gifts. Each child's story is important because they all learn a valuable lesson about being a better person, a better friend and a good soul as their tale progresses. With love and encouragement and sometimes a little stern talk, they all grow as a family and as angels finding the best in themselves as they grasp their "Angelic Lessons."
Telling the life journey of the little angels, Beaumont wants readers to take away an important lesson that no one is perfect and remorse and changing one's self is the sure way to make amends for the wrongs they have done in the past. Peppered with other lessons that both children and adult can relate to, "Angelic Lessons" will make readers realize that no one is ever too old to learn valuable lessons and be the best that he or she can be. This book will be an avenue for parent and child to share quality time together whilst enjoying good literature and learning timeless life lessons.