Author Nat Williams’ New Audiobook ‘The Little Chick’ is a Delightful and Inspiring Tale Created to Show Children How to Celebrate Differences Instead of Judging Them

Nat Williams, an elementary school teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has completed his new audiobook “The Little Chick”: an engaging and motivational story about a snotty bird who learns they should be more compassionate.
Nat writes, “A little chick decides to take a walk in the woods. Along the way, she meets four animals—an elephant, an ostrich, a rabbit, and a beaver. The little chick decides to make fun of the way they look. But when the little chick meets a fox, she wishes she was a little more like the four animals she insulted. In the end, the little chick learns an important lesson about judging others by the way they look.”
Published by Audiobook Network, author Nat Williams’ new audiobook is a clever book that addresses bullying with children in a fun and motivational method. This is a helpful tale for teaching children about empathy, compassion, acceptance and recognizing bullying behaviors. It opens a conversation that teachers, parents and/or guardians can have with children.
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of “The Little Chick” by Nat Williams through Audible, the Apple iTunes Store, or Amazon. 
Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment in the digital publishing industry. According to The Infinite Dial 2019, 50% of Americans age 12 and older have listened to an audiobook. This huge growth can be partly attributed to increased listening in cars, which surpassed the home as the #1 audiobook listening location in the 2019 survey. Smart speaker proliferation also bodes well for future listening growth and more mainstream listening. 
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Source: Audiobook Network