My Body Is My Temple

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An excellent gift for girls from 8-10 years old, My Body is My Temple is a children’s book that empowers little ladies to be confident in themselves and to take care of their mental and physical health. As they mature, girls are faced with gossip, liking boys, boys liking them, peer pressure, and more. This book is the perfect companion as they encounter challenges during their everyday lives because it encourages them to always be powerful and confident in themselves, no matter what.


That’s My Business

Nia protects herself and her little sister and brother from anyone who might have harmful intentions. Both emotionally and physically, she is ready to keep herself and those around her safe.


How Do I Become…

How Do I Become features Nia’s brother, Kuji. Kuji has a conversation with his dad about what it will take for him to be come “amazing.” He wants to know what it takes to become a doctor, a lawyer, an engineer, a computer programmer and much more. His dad assures him that he can be whatever he wants to be, but like his sister Nia, he is already amazing.

Children often talk about what they want to be when they grow up, but don’t know the path to that destination. This book will begin to introduce children to the steps required so that their dreams can be tangible and one day become reality.

The principle¬†Kujichagulia¬†(koo-jee-cha-goo-LEE-ah) ¬†means Self Determination. “To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves and speak for ourselves.” A child with who can define him or herself without boundaries will be unstoppable.


I LOVE YOU, And There’s Nothing You Can Do About It

This Powerful Nia book is in its infancy, but the premise is one that is so needed in the world today. It is one of love for all, no matter how much hate there may be in the world. I love you if you are nice, I love you if you are mean, I love you if you are cool, I love you if you are nerdy, I love you when you mess up, I love you when you are the greatest friend or the worst enemy. I won’t be mistreated or hurt by you, but I love you with God’s love and there is nothing that you can do about it! Go NIA!


Yes Please, No Thank You

Nia is polite and respectful. She is considerate of others and even learns key principles of table etiquette.


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