Megan Means/ So Much The Better
ASIN: B00DIQUBBQ |List Price: $2.99 Kindle | Format: Kindle | Page Count: 89“So Much The Better” is a chapter book for upper elementary but has also touched the hearts of all ages. The feedback the author received on her book, inspired her to get this message out to the world. So, she took the challenge and created a website and social media links to help get the book’s message out to the world on-line. She also created a Curriculum Companion to the book which is offered for free on her website. It includes 21 lessons on character building that are taken directly from the book to help children become their best selves and inspire them to be great leaders.
The story is about a small lion named Ari. As a small cub, Ari’s life is secure and safe. He plays and rests in the warm sunshine with his pride. One day this peaceful existence changes abruptly. Ari is taken far away from the other lions finding he is alone in unfamiliar surroundings. Ari is lost and without hope until he encounters help from Eliezer, a golden eagle who befriends him. Together they begin the long journey back to his homeland with many challenges to overcome. Upon his return Ari thought his quest had come to an end, but he realizes now, it has only just begun.
Author Bio: Megan Means has a passion for children’s literacy and wants every child to have a love for books and reading. Megan desires to inspire children to become their best selves and to be leaders who make a positive difference in the lives of those around them. Megan’s fondest memories are of the years when she home-schooled her children and the many adventures they had along the way. Today, she continues to write and would like to create a sequel to her story “So Much The Better”.To learn more about Megan and her book, visit her website: http://meganmeansauthor.com/. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter. You can purchase your copy of So Much The Better on Amazon or Smashwords.
I asked my grand daughter to help me with this review because after all it is a childs story. Our first thoughts were the brightly colored cover. She took the book – read it – and returned with these thoughts.
“This is a Christian fable using animals to teach the right way to treat others! “
I found her assessment to be spot on. This book allows great characters to overcome adeversity, and learn valuable lessons on the journey. There is so much to this story, I do not want to give any of it away. I do recommend this story book for children of all ages. It would make a marvelou gift for the kids in your home or church.