BOCA RATON, Fla., May 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fast Freddy and What A Bragger! written by Lee Ann Mancini and illustrated by Dan Sharp, are capturing the minds of children, parents and teachers alike. These two books are the first in the new Adventures of the Sea Kids series. Fast Freddy has already won three awards; both books are in the running for additional recognition.
"As a teacher, we are always looking for morally based books. I wish more authors would consider value/Christian topics with great lesson," says Connie Friedland, a teacher at Spanish River Christian School in Florida. Each book includes a bonus of an ichthus (Christian fish symbol) hidden in each picture for the children to find and a picture of the character praying. Many testimonials @ GLMPublising.net from teachers, parents and children.
Fast Freddy – (ISBN #978-0-578140766, and ISBN# 978-0-986360411), tells the story of Freddy. Being half shark, half octopus, Freddy is different from the other sea creatures. Living in the "coralhood," he overcomes the ridicule of being different from the other kids in his new school. Once they find out he can swim fast like a shark, they ask him to join the swim team. The kids learn he is a great kid who helps them win the championship for the first time. He says a prayer of thanks to Jesus.
What A Bragger! – (ISBN #978-0-986360404, and ISBN# 978-0-986360428) details the story of Melissa who likes to brag. Her friend, Corey, learns that her family cannot afford toys for Melissa. The Sea Kids chip in their treasure coins for her birthday, and she learns that good friends are a blessing, much better than all the toys. She says a prayer of thanks to Jesus.
About the Author:
Lee Ann Mancini received a Masters in Christians Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a Masters from Knox Theological Seminary. She is an adjunct professor at South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary.
About the Publisher:
GLM Publishing LLC Promoting Christina Values for Children. Their mission statement: Is for young children to trust and pray to Jesus during difficult times, showing compassion, concern and love for others.
Contact: Criss Bertling
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