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Adriana Evans’ storybook on diversity, inclusion, and self-esteem will be exhibited at the 2020 LA Times Festival of Books

The adorably illustrated children’s book was well-received by Amazon customers.

Sammamish, Washington, USA – WEBWIRE

Don’t miss Adriana Evans’ book exhibit at the 2020 Tucson Festival of Books.

What better way to teach children about diversity, inclusion, acceptance, and self-esteem than through a children’s book? Adriana Evans did just that with “Different.”
Self-published with Createspace and illustrated by Noemi Raczova, “Different” addresses diversity, inclusion, acceptance of differences, and self-esteem. It tells the story of a small, fuzzy, crooked poppy flower that grows among a field of beautiful, straight tulips. She can’t help but start comparing herself to them, feeling very self-conscious and, well, different.
Evans shares the inspiration for her children’s book:

“Being a parent of a child on the Autism Spectrum, I have first-handedly witnessed and experienced the struggles and frustrations of someone who doesn’t fit in. Having struggled with the inflexibility of the society’s systems while trying to advocate for my child for many years has ultimately landed me in a place where I started to feel a need to transform our frustrations and anger into something useful and purposeful, something that would inspire a positive change in the world. And so this beautiful story came to life because and out of all of our personal experience.”
The author hopes to encourage and empower all children who feel like they don’t belong or fit in. Inspirational
“I hope you will find my book suitable and its message relevant and useful and worthy of supporting and spreading through the world.”
Order today Adriana Evans’s “Different” today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Make sure to check out the exhibit of this illustrated children’s book at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2020 on October 3 - 4, 2020 at the University of Southern California Campus, Los Angeles, CA.

Author | Adriana Evans
Published date | October 13, 2018
Publisher | CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Paperback price | $11.50
About the Author
Adriana Evans was born and raised in Kosice, Slovakia. During her studies, she discovered her passion and gift for English language (which was her 5th language she learned) and writing. She pursued her dream to study and teach English and went on to receive her master’s degree in Education and English Language and Literature from Comenius University in Bratislava. After teaching English for a year, she relocated to the United States where she continued teaching privately and also contributed monthly educational and informative articles as a freelance writer to Friendship magazine. In 2009, she became a certified Montessori educator for preschool age children and has been working in a Montessori preschool since 2012. Adriana has been enjoying writing in various forms, as well as teaching across all ages for over 23 years now. Her other favorite activities include travel, photography, creating art (non-edible, as well as edible), cultivating life-long friendships and experiencing synchronicity and magic. She currently resides in Sammamish, WA, with her husband and two children.

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