Peter Dux, a three-time Cancer survivor, a program manager for a youth services organization in North Dakota, a man who loves to dedicate his life working with the youth in multitude ways and environments, has completed his most recent book “Stand Tall”: an empowering piece written for little ones who struggle to find the confidence when faced with adversities. It contains words of affirmation that helps in boosting the confidence of young readers. Life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies, it is okay to feel scared and dejected, there’s also nothing wrong in asking help when things are already too much to handle. Just be brave and keep standing tall. Everything’s going to work out in the end.
Dux shares, “Sometimes things aren’t easy. Sometimes you need to stand tall even when things are hard. You can do it if you believe in yourself and take care of yourself. Always remember to Stand Tall!”
Published by Fulton Books, Peter Dux’s book is a comprehensive publication for all ages, a must-have part in both home and school libraries. Each page contains a powerful message that encourages kids to continue being true to themselves and they are unique in their own ways.
It also reminds the adult readers to keep going; for the world may be tough and mean at times, but their existence is enough to make the world a better place to live in.
Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “Stand Tall” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books