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Nuevo lanzamiento by emma ugarelli
Me complace compartir con ustedes mi nueva obra en Español, que se suma a mis anteriores libros. Kenny y su Gran Invento y Yuri y la Cinta de la Selva.
En este relato, Yuri, el mono inquieto, descubre un artefacto raro que nunca había visto. Lo tomó y se preguntó qué podía ser. ¿Un gorro?, ¿un sillón?, ¿un tambor? No… es un «cofre del tesoro». ¿O quizás no?
Yuri y el cofre del tesoro, además de mostrar la importancia de la Amazonía y su riqueza ecológica, trae una lección sobre valores como empatía, consideración y respeto. Los niños aprenderán el valor de la generosidad, de cuidar y proteger el ambiente y de respetar a los demás, «grandes o pequeños».
I am pleased to share with you my new work in Spanish, which adds to my previous books. Kenny and his Great Invention and Yuri and the Tape of the Jungle.
In this story, Yuri, the restless monkey, discovers a strange device that he had never seen. He took it and wondered what it could be. A hat?, a chair?, a drum? No ... it's a "treasure chest". Or maybe not?
Yuri and the treasure chest, in addition to showing the importance of the Amazon and its ecological wealth, brings a lesson about values such as empathy, consideration and respect. Children will learn the value of generosity, caring for and protecting the environment and respecting others, "big or small".
Unintended Detour by DL Wood 4 stars
This book is the third of the series that follows Chloe and Jack Bartholomew, a married couple who love adventure and mystery. In this book, they decide to spend quality time in a historic hotel that Jack's family recently acquired. However, they soon discover that the hotel has a dark past involving a brutal murder, a failed robbery and a hidden treasure. As they try to unravel the hotel's secrets, they find themselves in the middle of a deadly game that spans generations. Is someone willing to kill for the treasure, or is there another motive? , and Chloe and Jack must use their skills to survive. This book is a thrilling mix of romance and suspense, with twists and turns that keep you hooked until the end. If you are a fan of the series, you will not be disappointed by this book.
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Unintended Target is a novel by D.L. Wood, the second in the series that follows Chloe McConnaughey, a woman who reconnects with her long-lost father. After two decades of silence, he reaches out to her and invites her to his home in the South. She reluctantly leaves her boyfriend Jack and her Atlanta life to meet him, only to discover he has two other children he never told her about. Feeling betrayed, she plans to return to Atlanta, but a murder changes everything. Her father is brutally attacked and hospitalized, and the assailant threatens her siblings. Chloe decides to stay with her half-sister Emma, a rebellious teenager who resents her father, and Noah, a sweet eight-year-old boy who wins her heart. But Chloe is not just there to keep them company; she is determined to protect them from the killer and find out who is behind the murder and the menace. To do that, she has to work closely with a charming family friend, a lawyer who works with her father, and deal with Jack's jealousy. #books #booksofinstagram
It could be challenging to break writer's block, but it's important to have a pen and paper handy when the creative spark ignites. Writing down your ideas as soon as they come to you can help you overcome the mental block; even if it does not make sense, they will further develop your thoughts. #authors #authorsofinstagram #writers #writersofinstagram
I believe that we need to reinvented our society, to be more inclusive and respectful, assertive and tolerant, but first we need to understand that we do not ask for tolerance and acceptance when we did not really tolerate and understand others, and this is what exactly is happen, instead of we seek equality and recognize that others has rights and that we also have obligations and responsibilities we are crying for our rights on top of others. That division only makes sense because there are tools that have being used to manipulate and divide the groups to mistrust ones and others. We need to stop, and think that we all are important, we all deserve be treated with respect, independently of any of your personal characteristics that make you unique and important, as a part of society. All of us has a place in this world, all of us deserve to be happy, be treated with respect, tolerance, and love.
It is a pleasure to present these wonderful feedbacks of my children's book Kenny and His Great Invention to you all.
Your feedbacks are very valuable to me and help me enhance my writing. I am glad that you and your children had fun reading my book and discovered something new.
Book 5.0 out of 5 stars
Taking things as they are. Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 1, 2023 This is an interesting story with two situations where one penguin in the interaction reacts differently than expected. Both situations can be lessons where the reader can see a positive example to choose from and act similarly - being content, and seeing the good side of the situation instead of being disappointed. The first one happens, when somebody steals an important part from a rocket, that is needed to go to space. The builder is not angry when he finds out, but he is content that the failure of the rocket launch is not his fault, and he knows how to fix the problem. The other situation happens, after the rocket launched and the penguin went off to space all by himself leaving his beloved wife at home. The wife is not mad that she is by herself, even though he didn't tell her when he will return. In contrast, he left a note with instructions for the wife to build another spaceship and follow him. That pleases her.
Jay 5.0 out of 5 stars
Great read! Reviewed in the United States ?? on June 20, 2023 Verified Purchase I enjoyed this book: Kenny and his Great Invention. It tells us the story of Kenny and his rocket ship . There appears to be some obstacles in the way of Kenny’s creation and he must find ways to overcome them. This book is also a great tool for little ones in teaching them to be creative and to also make the right choices for all. Good work!
Claude D. 5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful message Reviewed in the United States ?? on June 22, 2023 Cute story with lovely illustrations. Children will smile and come back to this fun book time and time again. Wonderful message of confidence building and not giving up. Nicely done. Looking forward to more from this author. Highly recommended.
One of the benefits of reading is that it allows us to experience different perspectives and emotions through the characters and stories we read. Reading is a way of practicing empathy, we put ourselves in someone else's shoes for a while and seeing the world through their eyes
In this blog post, I want to share with you a powerful quote from one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century, Sir Winston Churchill. He said, "Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm." What does this mean? . It means that we should not give up or lose hope when we face difficulties, but rather see them as opportunities to learn and improve. This quote is a great reminder for anyone who wants to achieve their goals and dreams, like me. It teaches us that failure is not something to be feared or avoided, but rather embraced and overcome. It inspires us to keep moving forward, no matter what obstacles we encounter. I hope this quote resonates with you as much as it does with me.
Yuri and the Treasure box by emma ugarelli
Yuri and the Treasure Box by Emma Ugarelli
I am delighted to share with you some of the amazing reviews that my children's book Yuri and the Treasure Box has received.
I appreciate your time and effort in writing these reviews. Your feedback is important to me and helps me improve my work. I am glad that you and your children enjoyed reading my book.
This is a blog post I wrote to share my thoughts on the current state of information overload and its effects on society. I hope you find it interesting and useful.
Some people might call this era a new dark age, not because of a lack of information, but rather because of an excess and overload of it. Information of all kinds and qualities reaches every corner of the world in an instant, and we are not shielded from the harm that this constant bombardment of information does to humanity. People do not process the information that they receive. They do not have time to step back and analyze it, because they are overwhelmed with information, and they act like passive receivers of it. This information increases anxiety, fear, conflict, division, bias, phobia, distrust, and isolation. There are the extremists who think that only they are right, the radicals, and they do not listen to each other, they do not hear and understand that things are not black and white. The intolerance, the disrespect, the egocentrism all increases disproportionately on this dark age. But not for lack of information, because we have more information available than ever before, but for having too much of it and being unable to process and analyze it. We judge others and we can destroy someone's reputation because they do not believe in what we believe. We idolize people who do not share our values, even if our values or beliefs are proven wrong. It does not matter because some "celebrities" are doing that.
Addressing these challenges requires a multi-faceted approach, including media literacy education, critical thinking skills, fostering open dialogue, and encouraging a more balanced consumption of information. It's important for individuals to be aware of their information consumption habits and to actively seek out diverse perspectives to gain a more comprehensive understanding of complex issues. Society as a whole can also benefit from promoting empathy, respectful discourse, and recognition of the nuances that shape our worldviews.
Emma Ugarelli is my name. I grew up in Lima, Peru and immigrated to Canada two decades ago. I have a Psychology degree from Peru, and I worked as a psychologist for fifteen years. In Canada, I pursued Early Childhood Education and I have been a daycare provider for the last twenty years. I became a writer in 2021 when I published my first children's book "Lou and his Mane". I reside in Kitsilano, Vancouver, with my family and cat Ricky.