LINDEN, NC – October 14, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
Fulton Books author Danny S. Sampson, former Senior Director of Civilian Training and Development for the U.S. Army Reserve, has completed his latest book “Raven, Go and Be Great”: A fun and educational read which teaches children how to solve everyday problems. challenges today. Follow Raven on his journey and how he managed to overcome all the obstacles that came his way.
Sampson shares, “The Learn as You Grow Series is sure to encourage and facilitate your child’s positive growth. The series is a series that sparks the imagination and thinking and supports the educational and social growth of children. The characters in this series face real daily challenges that all children face. The series is designed and devoted to guiding children towards the successful resolution of the situations and circumstances they will face throughout their childhood.
“The series supports the educational process by exposing children to increased vocabulary and diction. The series also introduces children to many scientific facts about the environment in which we live. Additionally, the series teaches children the importance of self-confidence and a positive image.
“Raven, Go and Be Great will keep your child entertained and occupied while subtly implanting subliminal seeds of greatness!”
Published by Fulton Books, Danny S. Sampson’s book is a sweet tale that teaches children how to adapt to change and find solutions to difficult situations. It is a reading that helps the development of the little ones.
This captivating read will make a great addition to a child’s personal library.
Readers interested in discovering this meaningful work can purchase “Raven, Go and Be Great” in bookstores around the world, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Danny S. Sampson’s new book ‘Raven, Go and Be Great’ is a beautiful play that promotes the social and emotional development of the child