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Tina Searches for her Dream
is a story about resilience, teaching children to keep going on the path to their unique dreams. Join Tina as she tries different sports to discover what brings her joy!
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Children deserve to see themselves represented in the books they read. Featuring children of different ethnicities, genders and religions, Tina is the first book sold on Amazon that lets you choose your lead character, Tina.
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Feel Good Fables are endorsed by parents, teachers, doctors and early development experts
Dr. Jasmine Johnson, OBGYN
“It is so important that children hear messages like these early. Nancy’s books are great tools to foster conversations with kids about processing their emotions”
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“These books help children and parents cope with all the myriad of complex emotions children undergo, in a healthy and age-appropriate manner.”
“Thank you, Nancy Ganz, for writing these incredible books about finding your dreams and celebrating your unique path."
Dr. Aimee Ketchum
It is important for the healthy development of racial identity that children see themselves positively represented in their community. The variety of characters allow children to be empowered.