New children’s book teaches kindness with the help of animals

“I wanted to teach children about appreciation through nature and kindness,” Srivastava said. “Even though I was writing scientific papers, I wanted to try writing a children’s book. This is one of the ways I wanted to give back to the community.

In a collection of six short stories for children, author Anita Srivastava shares stories that detail the beauty of nature and the wonderful relationships humans can develop with birds and animals.

The book, titled “Children’s Stories”, offers various lessons with the main theme being kindness. The main characters in each tale, humans and animals, come from different parts of the world, teaching children to celebrate other cultures.

“I wanted to teach children about appreciation through nature and kindness,” Srivastava said. “Even though I was writing scientific papers, I wanted to try writing a children’s book. This is one of the ways I wanted to give back to the community.

Srivastava has spent his career educating children and believes they need to understand kindness and empathy. She hopes her book will inspire children to practice compassion and learn about different cultures and the power of friendship.

“Children’s Tales”

By Anita Srivastava

ISBN: 978-1-6657-2333-6 (softcover); 978-1-6657-2332-9 (e-book)

Available from Archway Publishing, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Anita Srivastava is a retired science teacher who enjoys writing in her spare time. She earned three master’s degrees, all from different countries, and has lived and traveled all over the world. Anita’s first children’s book, “Children’s Stories”, is inspired by her love for myna and pigeons. She currently lives in Newburgh, Ind. To learn more, please visit http://www.anitasrivastava2004.com.

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