Keep children productively engaged while working from home during a lockdown. No matter what’s going on in the world, a good story book can provide insight, comfort or a welcome escape for children and everyone.
The Children’s book series by Dr. Nanette Crighton, ‘The Christmas Spryte Encounter’ is the goto story book for kids as it’s incorporated with a magical theme that infuses the value of good behavior as well as inspires parents seeking ways to improve their children’s conduct. The series teach, keep young minds active, alert, and engaged as stories with magic and make-believe can be very enjoyable to children.
Going beyond entertainment, stories can be the best companion to prepare your kids for a brilliant and healthy future. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues and many of us are seeking entertainment while staying home, reading offers some respite. Thankfully the Children’s book series ‘The Christmas Spryte Encounter’ lays the perfect foundation for discussing the value of good behavior, bullying and how to handle bullies. The book is easy to read and features attractive illustrations that will capture children’s attention. The storyline is engaging and will hook readers from start to finish.
The first piece in the series ‘Bad behavior’ unlocks the story about an unruly young girl who gets visited by a behavioral elf, on Christmas Eve and being warned about not getting any present if she continues to display a bad behavior. Readers of all ages will enjoy these educational series which covers inspiring stories that will aid children become better individuals. Most story books though enjoyable are not educational and live changing, but this truly is and you will be hard-pressed to let it go from your shelves and thoughts.
Dr. Nanette Crighton’s The Christmas Spryte Encounter is available in Kindle and paperback formats. Readers can get their copy on Amazon.
For further information visit: https://nanettecrightonbooks.com/my-books/
About the Author
Dr. M. Nanette Crighton often ends up in charge without intentionally seeking a position of leadership. Her big-picture thinking, endearing qualities and willingness to set an example simply compel others to follow.
“I can delegate tasks making people feel empowered rather than imposed upon,” says Crighton, the medical director and owner of Crighton Aesthetic Studio. “I make a point to recognize contributions by others in a genuine way, and I make certain that I do my share of the least favorable job.”