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During Turbulent Times, Never Lose Hope


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In a new book, author Lisa Gail Ricchiazzi teaches positive thinking.

Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) June 23, 2014

One of the core lessons that we can teach our children is to never lose hope. With hope, you can achieve anything you set your mind on.

Lisa Gail Ricchiazzi has written a delightful new childrens book with this exact message. The Little Lost Seashell teaches children to never lose hope in a friendly, easy-to-read way.

With colorful illustrations by Diane Lucas, the story follows Miss Seashell on her adventure as she attempts to return home to the ocean. While Miss Seashell encounters many obstacles, she never gives up.

I wrote the book to inspire children to never give up hope and keep trying no matter what is happening in life, Ricchiazzi said.

While teaching children to never lose hope, The Little Lost Seashell will also teach children that we should always think positively, keep trying, ask for help and stay focused. When we keep hoping, it is possible for our dreams to come true and to overcome any situation.

Children from all over the world can benefit from this positive and delightful book, while parents can use the book as a tool to teach important life lessons in an enjoyable way.

For more information, visit trafford.com.

The Little Lost Seashell
By: Lisa Gail Ricchiazzi
ISBN: 978-1-4269-6505-0
Available in softcover ($10.53)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford Publishing

About the Author
Lisa Gail Ricchiazzi grew up in Harford County, Maryland and enjoys crafts, hiking and horseback riding. She earned a Bachelors Degree in Health Science and Policy and a Masters Degree in Public Administration. The Little Lost Seashell is Lisa Ricchiazzis third childrens book.

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