Tied for Success! Children’s Book Features a Little Boy’s Shoelacing Adventures
Umm Jannah weaves a tale that teaches kids about working hard to succeed.
It is designed for young readers to focus more on the importance of the story’s content, rather than the pictures.
A young boy overcomes an obstacle most children face at an early age—tying their shoelaces. Umm Jannah relays valuable lessons on hard work, success, and kindness in her new children’s book, I Can Tie My Shoes!
The story begins with five-year-old Noah, who is about to begin his first year in kindergarten. Noah is eager to start his adventure in school, but he has one problem. He’s afraid of being teased because he doesn’t know how to tie his shoes. As the first day of school rolls in, Noah waits with nervous excitement for his journey to begin.
I Can Tie My Shoes! is a heartwarming tale of a young kid trying his best to reach a goal he has set for himself. The book features unique faceless illustrations by Lauren Scott. Umm Jannah explains, “It is designed for young readers to focus more on the importance of the story’s content, rather than the pictures. The pictures were creatively designed so that the readers can imagine their face and their friends’ on the characters.”
About the Author
Umm Jannah was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As she was growing up, her parents had encouraged her love for books. She enjoyed collecting children’s book series. She spread her love for books to children by conducting reading and storytelling activities with them. She presently resides in Virginia with her family, where she maps her journey of creating children’s stories.
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