“Kite Tale” Is A Children’s Book That Embraces Diversity

COVER FINAL“Kite Tale”

A grandfather partners up with his eight-year-old grandson,
David, for the yearly kite contest with more than a blue ribbon
in mind. Guided by his wisdom, Grandpa uses the contest
as an opportunity to lovingly teach his grandson life’s most
treasured values.

With the help of his friends from many cultures, Grandpa also
exposes David to different traditions and instills in him the
richness of the bonds of friendship.

During their journey, David finds himself doubting his choice for his contest partner—only to find in the end that his grandpa helped him assemble more than a kite. Grandpa built David’s character, so he could embrace all that life has in store.

Everyone has a gift/talent to share. In society now there seems to be an effort to divide us by our differences ~ rather than respect and learn from them. This nation is a melting pot, and our globe is even a bigger pot. Let’s get our children excited about learning about different cultures and traditions. Our journey is enriched when we walk it with those of many traditions, and we all have something to contribute, when asked to exercise our uniqueness.

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About anitaskocz

ANITA JOYCE SKOCZ is a storyteller who resides in Central Florida. She credits her passion to her father, who dazzled her imagination as a child with his gift to weaver a tale. After a diving accident in 1978, Anita left the travel industry to journey the inner roads of her soul. The riches found on those adventures inward come to life in her children’s books. Anita’s books, “Crystal Star Angel” and “Kite Tale,” were inspired by the loving relationships her father had with his grandsons. From Where I Sit is a blog where Anita shares her life’s stories, or comments on current events from her soul’s perspective. Her insights can evoke laughter as well as take one on a reflective journey. In any case she hopes you join her each Wednesday for a new adventure.
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