Akshita Kakumanu Reminds Young Readers to Never Give Up
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The book tells the story of Fourmi, an ant who has trouble with being a real ant. He feels as if he is not a real ant because all ants must pass a series of tests before they can graduate from ant school and get jobs, but Fourmi has failed them twice. If Fourmi does not pass these tests in time, he will be banished to the grass. So Fourmis mom takes him to Dr. Terapeut, a therapist who helps him through his difficulties and tells him that he can pass his tests.
My book was written to empower the youth with encouraging messages that teach them to never give up, Kakumanu says. Through this story, I want readers to understand that things are not always going to be easy, but no matter what, as long as you try your hardest, things will always turn out ok.
Fourmi the Ant
By Aksa Kakumanu
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781543447941
E-Book | 24 pages | ISBN 9781543447958
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Aksa Kakumanu lives in Colorado with her parents and her older brother. Her hobbies are painting and drawing, dancing, making crafts or DIYs, baking, cooking and writing. She hopes to one day become a surgeon, because she believes in helping others and giving back. She is thankful for her supportive friends and family who are at her side in every decision she makes.
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