A Child's Happy Heart by Susan D. Amundson
This is a story about a little Eskimo boy named Khobi (descendant of the ancient Samoyede people) and his best friend, a Samoyed dog named HERO.
With busy lifestyles in today's world children can sometimes, unintentionally, be put out to pasture. When you study a bamboo tree you learn the primary years of its growth are working underground.
All unseen parts are revealed later when it reaches above ground. At this time, the work that is done in the beginning surfaces. A child's growth is very similar. Both root systems need a bundle of nurturing in the early years to grow strong and healthy.
We are all role models who can work together to prevent the scarring of a child's absorbent heart, and always remember: The birth of a child gives them the right to live and grow in the innocent stage of life known as childhood.
This indisputable right should never be challenged by any force stronger than themselves.
Susan Amundson utilizes an Eskimo boy and his beloved Samoyed dog to send children a powerful message of love, respect and caring; a message that helps children understand that real happiness comes from within your heart.
A Child's Happy Heart is an excellent addition to any child's library and will help them cope with the adversities they, and we, encounter in our lives.
Descriptions of Used Book Conditions
- Condition: Very Good
- Library Binding: 32 pages
- Age 4-8
- Publisher: Lone Oak Press (December 1, 2002)
- ISBN: 978-1883477615
- Package Dimensions: 11.2 x 8.9 x 0.3 inches