Former Professor Launches First Children’s Book on Overcoming Fear

District of Columbia, Jan 17, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Neeka and the Squirrel Highway by Charlie Wes Harris is based on a true incident experienced by his daughter during her childhood. The story follows five-year-old Neekas first meeting with a squirrel. Fearing squirrels at a young age, the book reveals how she confronts and overcomes her fear of the tiny animal. With the help of her father, she comes to her senses and realizes that squirrels are not what she thinks them to be.

Harris wrote the book with the intention of teaching and encouraging children to face their fears and not letting it control them. It also brings forth the elements of what real friendship is all about, even though it can sometimes start at the wrong footing. Not all first impressions are right and its important to always give second chances.

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Foreword Reviews describes the book as an enjoyable and inventive story. Harris, for his first attempt, has proven to be exemplary in childrens story, offering an adventurous tale that will certainly appeal to young readers.

Neeka and the Squirrel Highway

Charlie Wes Harris

Paperback | $5.87

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This book is available at www.amazon.com


About the Author

Charlie Wes Harris was born in Auburn, Alabama. He has established careers in public service and in the academe, but writing stories is his true passion. He also writes monographs and journal articles. He lives with his wife Edna Jefferson and their two daughtersNeeka and Angela.

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