updated: Feb 2, 2021
FORT WORTH, Texas, February 2, 2021 (Newswire.com)
Madison Webb, a passionate mental health professional, has completed her most recent book “A Different Family?”: a lovely tale about Sammy, a young kid who moves to a foster home and had a little trouble at sharing what his heart says.
Madison writes, “While millions of children around the world grow up in foster care, it takes one person to make a difference. Every child deserves a chance for success and a chance to change the world.
In this story, young Sammy has spent his life growing up in foster care and various group homes. While he has a dream of earning a dog, he finds his way into a potential adoptive family. Sammy must learn how to communicate with others in order to navigate the big city and be successful.”
Published by Fulton Books, Madison Webb’s book is a delightful narrative that shows the young children how communication is vital in growth and change. As Sammy enters a new chapter in his life, readers will see how he was able to build courage in speaking and telling his own feelings.
Readers who wish to experience this fun work can purchase “A Different Family?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books