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Thirty-five jellybeans have come together to share a sweet and thoughtful poem promoting kindness and inclusivity with children, 0 to 8 years. Join in their adventure as they discover their unique qualities while realizing they are all, ultimately, the same. The JELLYBEANS book is sure to be a favorite among children and their family members.
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“Encouraging children to be accepting and unique in a fun and cool way, JELLYBEANS is a must-have for my children's bookshelf!” - Dani, mother of 2
“As a pre-school teacher of four and five-year-olds, this is the time they are acknowledging differences in everyone they see. JELLYBEANS helps celebrate those differences and teaches children to embrace and accept them.” - Lyssa, pre-school teacher
“Dr. Seuss lives on! JELLYBEANS is a wonderful romp any young child or early reader will enjoy. This is the sort of book one reads repeatedly when very young and then remembers throughout their lifetime. Worth the addition to any child’s first library.” - Dan, grandfather of 1
“I love JELLYBEANS! So many fun colors and flavors. As the world we live in... everyone is so different but all are important.” - Marian, grandmother of 2
“JELLYBEANS is a perfect and fun educational book to teach children about flavors, colors, shapes, sizes, friendship, diversity, being inclusive and celebrating all the wonderful ways we are unique, all blended together in a way that is truly sweet! I'm greatly looking forward to reading this adorable book, over and over again, with our first grandchild due this autumn.” - Deanna Jean, mother of 4
“As Dad to a 2-year-old girl, I'm always looking for books I can read to her that will not only be entertaining but also educational and teach valuable life lessons such as empathy and inclusiveness. JELLYBEANS nails it! I look forward to sharing this with her for years to come!” - Brian, father of 4
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Kiersten Hall has been writing stories all her life... in her head. She is finally taking the time to put those stories down on paper for others to read.
In 2015, she began with releasing "I Do" Fifteen Years of Wedding Misadventures - her humorous memoir filled with stories and mishaps from her career as a professional wedding videographer. The next year, a fictional 3-book series based on real people she has known over the years, began: Corner Confessions - A Novel (2016), The Lies We Live (2018), and the last book is due late 2020.
Books scheduled for 2019 include Kiersten's first children's book, JELLYBEANS, releasing in June along with a non-fiction opinion book (Oct/Nov). Early 2020 sees the release of her second children's book about a pet octopus she once had (yes, an octopus.) In late 2020, along with the final round of secrets in her book series, she has another memoir planned.
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