"The Wishing Flower" Helps Create Positive Self-Esteem in Children

The Wishing Flower by Mosetta Penick Phillips-Cermak, Ph.D. uses fundamental concepts to bolster self-esteem and reassure children of their parents' love in a delightful and original fairy tale for children of all ages.

Cleveland, OH, August 12, 2007 --(PR.com)-- "The Wishing Flower" by Mosetta M. Penick Phillips-Cermak, Ph.D. returns to fundamental concepts to reassure children of their parents' love.

"The Wishing Flower represents every child in the world. From the flower, the children see that you don't have to be perfect to be loved and valued." said Dr. Penick Phillips-Cermak.

She is the author of this just released fairy tale book available online at http://www.lulu.com/content/1039842, Amazon.com, and Google Books.

This is a short fantasy written for mothers and fathers to share with their children. It offers an original story about how special and unique each child is.

Parents who read this story to their children reinforce the child’s self-concept and convey to them just how much they are wanted and loved.

"I call it a family fairy tale," continued Dr. Penick Phillips-Cermak. "I hope this encourages parents to read to their children.

Teachers can download free lesson plans for this book form the publisher' website at http://www.pmmoonpublishers.com


Media Details:
Contact author: Mosetta M. Penick Phillips-Cermak, Ph.D.
(216) 671-2535

Product Details:
Printed: 24 pages, 8.5" x 8.5", saddle-stitchbinding, white interior paper (60# weight), full-color interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-color exterior ink
ISBN: 978-0-6151-5573-9

Publisher: PM Moon Publishers, Limited
email: publisher@pmmoonpublishers.com
Copyright: © 2005 Mosetta M. Penick Phillips-Cermak
Language: English
Country: United States
First Edition

PM Moon Publishers, Limited
Mosetta Penick Phillips-Cermak