This is the perfect book for the start of the new school year.
Steven Schuback does it again with another confidence-inspiring story for young readers. ‘Someone Who Loves You’ follows a young elephant on his first day of school, and the unique way his mother tells him that ‘someone who loves you’ is always close by.
The story is catchy, and easy to read, together with lovable illustrations that seem to grab every emotion and tell a story of their own with their lifelike features and expressions.
Thanks to purchases and donations, every sick child at the new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane will receive a copy of ‘Someone Who Loves You’, and by purchasing a copy of ‘Someone Who Loves You,’ you are contributing towards printing books for underprivileged children.
Steven Schuback, a Brisbane Author who enjoys writing books that encourage children to accomplish goals, overcome fears, face life’s little challenges and simply be themselves.
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