Inspiring Children's Book for Adults
Updated: May 21
I don’t know how many children’s books you’ve read lately, but most of them have some sort of moral or philosophical theme to them (of course there are exceptions to the rule).
As you may already know, I am a self-proclaimed self-help junkie. And ever since writing and publishing my first children’s book “Cruz Finds His Way,” I have paid closer attention to the gems that are available to us, in contexts that we wouldn’t expect to look for them: i.e., children’s books.
There are inspiring children's books out there for adults, and I am happy to count my book among them.
Valuable Messages For Adults
I wrote my children’s book with a few messages in mind:
1) Being neurally diverse, or having a learning challenge is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about.
2) Being neurally diverse is not something that makes a person less smart.
3) Everyone has unique strengths and weaknesses. And that is what makes us who we are, unique and similar all at the same time.
4) Everyone has value and purpose.
These themes are helpful for anyone. It is for anyone who has ever felt out of place, like they don’t fit in, or like they're not good enough.
Given this treasure trove of lessons, I would consider “Cruz Finds His Way,”a children's book that is inspiring for adults. To get a copy of my book, "Cruz Finds His Way", click on the link.