Today’s Honoree for Friday August 28th, 2015 is Author Angel Krishna

MonkeysandCrocodilesIn the game of baseball, it’s easy to see when there’s a lack of communication on the field. Whether it’s a wrong pitch, jumbled infield pass or missed fly ball by two outfielders, communication can make or break the success of a game. Both on and off the playing field, communication is a critical life skill.

Through her new children’s book, Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball, author and fun-loving mom Angel Krishna encourages its development through relatable jungle friends and America’s pastime. Offering a fun story that provides children with an example of how to share and discuss their feelings, Krishna shows children that, when you open up and talk to each other, things will work out in the end.

In Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball  you will learn:

  • Why it’s important to talk things out, at any age!
  • Teaching children ways to be a good friend and help each other
  • The importance of attentive listening when someone is talking and sharing
  • The happiness that comes with forgiving and forgetting
  • Why you should never stop using your imagination
  • And much more!

About The Author:

Angel Krishna is a fun-loving mom, a great friend and wife with a silly side, who believes that imagination is a gift. She loves when children tell a story, how their eyes widen, their hands move every which way and their voice fills with excitement. Krishna encourages parents to listen to their children and to communicate with an open mind and a full heart. She reminds herself and those around her to enjoy life, always move forward and be creative. Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball is her debut children’s book.

Connect with Angel Krishna on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter and Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball can be purchased from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords


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