An engaging and instructive read, “Imagination: An Interactive Counting and Coloring Book” imparts to children the experience of education, imagination and a sense of personal accomplishment for the artwork they completed.
According to an article in PBS.org, simple creative activities are some of the building blocks of child development. Inspired by her son, Ms. Bernard‘s Color Creations reveals an interactive coloring book that can help young readers with their learning and imaginative ability. Set in the beautiful scenery of nature, Imagination (published by AuthorHouse) is not just an ordinary coloring book. It takes children on a fascinating creative journey through their minds using questions, counting and object finding, giving them a chance to bring their own stories to life by color. This book will allow one to take a step back from reality and explore reading through colorful art. Imagination can turn any activity into a world of adventure.
The author says “Everyone needs some time to play and imagine a world that they have created on their own”. An engaging and instructive read “Imagination: An Interactive Counting and Coloring Book” imparts to children the experience of education, imagination and a sense of personal accomplishment for the artwork they created. Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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“Imagination: An Interactive Counting and Coloring Book”
Author: Ms. Khadija Bernard
About the Author
Ms. Khadija Bernard, who is an advocate for single mothers, has worked with various family and children organizations to ensure that the quality of life is sustained for struggling mothers and their children. She is also a social worker who lives in Atlanta with her family. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Virginia State University and a master’s degree in marketing from Argosy University. Aside from that, she has a non-profit organization for homeless men in Atlanta called the Village of Succoth. She is also a member of the Lambda Omicron Chi Christian Sorority, Inc.