Fulton Books author Bryan Paijit, the father in a family of thrill-seekers and adventure lovers, has completed his most recent book “The Adventures of Emma Danger”: an enjoyable narrative that tails the journey of Emma Danger as she comes across the villagers’ problem in Bengal, India. Sheep are being eaten by two wild tigers, and it’s causing them so much loss. With the help of Emma Danger, they discovered a way to tame these striped creatures.
Paijit writes, “We call you Emma Danger for two reasons, (1) because we want people to know that you are not someone to be seen as a victim and (2) because people view something as dangerous because they don’t understand how it works. We want you to look at a situation and rather than let your fears determine your actions, figure out how the thing that is fearful works. Once you understand the situation, you will know how to mitigate the risks. Then it will become less dangerous and less fearful. It’s okay to be afraid, but it’s not okay to let fear control you. Fear isn’t something that you should be afraid of. Fear just helps you identify your next achievement.”
Published by Fulton Books, Bryan Paijit’s book teaches one to approach fear with a good mindset. It reminds people to embrace their fear in a way that they control it rather than the other way around.
This illustrated storybook will delight the kids and parents while bringing an important lesson to people of all ages.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “The Adventures of Emma Danger” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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