The main character of the book is your happy, little girl. When placing an order, make sure to submit her first name and she will become a part of this amusing story about a girl who receives a ginger biscuit as a gift from her grandmother. The biscuit, Gingy, becomes alive and becomes the girl’s friend. Gingy teaches the little girl the value of friendship and helps her make many new friends and also to get ready for a big surprise in the family – a baby who will be born.
This books makes a gift suitable for any occasion – to celebrate that a child is born, for their Name Sake day or a birthday, for Christmas or New Year. Or, just because the parents or relatives want to show their little heroine that this world is fun and that our hearts should be happy because every single thing that happens to us can be for our own good.
А Pedagogy of Happiness:
Friendship, loneliness, separation and new beginnings are the main pedagogical themes that aim at helping a child develop their emotional intelligence.
Author: Valentina Stein
Illustrations: Veselka Velinova
Format: А4, hard cover, Deluxe edition, 25 pages.
Delivery: Free delivery in Europe within 20 working days.
About the author:
Valentina Stein is a social worker and a writer. Her books have received numerous awards at competitions. She writes both on specialized subjects as well as fascinating books for children dealing with social issues. For those of you who have an excitable youngster between 0 and six years old, we highly recommend the personalized books for younger children. “Gingy” and “Monster Child” deal with some very interesting subjects such as fear in children, fantasy and friendship. The books are richly illustrated and extremely funny.
The personalized books for children and teenagers by Valentina Stein carry the spirit of fantasy and wisdom which inspire children as they think, feel and experience their own world and find the hope, the dream and the will for a magnificent life.
Important: When ordering the book, you must write down the first name of the child who will receive the book as a gift in the comments fields.
The Tale Goes On.