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August 3, 2010

Shelley Frost (310) 990-5163

New children’s book is the perfect alternative to the commercial voice of the holidays

I See Kindness Everywhere is a fun, colorful children’s book that teaches kids to notice and appreciate the kindness in everyday things

Lafayette, CAI See Kindness Everywhere, written and illustrated by Bay Area mother Shelley Frost, is a vibrant little book that will quickly become every child’s favorite while opening their eyes to the gifts that they receive every day.

“This fun book helps children understand that — regardless of how many toys they have — they have so much to be thankful for,” says Frost. “As the mother of a preschooler, I know how important this message is, particularly during the holidays when children themselves can get caught up in the frenzy for ‘more, more, more.’”

Though the book is available through online distributors such as Amazon.com, buyers currently will get the best price ($8.50) via the author’s website, here.

I See Kindness Everywhere is inspired by a concept of kindness that can help people of all ages notice and appreciate the kindness of others: Any action that benefits you — large or small, intentional or even unintentional — is a kindness given to you, and something you can give thanks for.

After failing to find any children’s books that would help teach this simple but dynamic concept to her daughter, Frost decided to create her own. She also included a “How To” discussion page in the back of the book to help parents teach their children how to practice the concept every day.

“Kids have responded so well to this book, because they can apply this concept of gratitude to literally everything in their world,” says Frost. “It makes sense to them that all of the things that they enjoy come from people who put time and energy into those things. Giving thanks for that feels good!”

In the spirit of the book, the author is donating some of the proceeds from the book to charity. Moreover, Frost is inviting her readers to help her decide which charities will receive the donations — via an online poll on the “Share Kindness” page at www.EnlightenedArts.com.

About Shelley Frost

Shelley Frost is a freelance artist with a background in teaching and communications. This is her first book for children. She lives in the Bay Area with her family.


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