16 Children Books by A. M. Marcus

Positive Habits & Social Skills

Ever wonder how you can challenge your children with wisdom in a way that will really engage them?

If so, this book set is for you and your children*.

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 * Suitable for ages 4-10

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Children's Book: The Peaceful Lion and the Nagging Crow

How to Deal With Bullies

Concerned that your child has such a big heart that they often take things too personally?
Want to help them manage their emotions better while finding their inner peace?
👉Let's do more than just simply tell them not to take things to heart, and show them a great example of being immune to the opinions of the others, as the Peaceful Lion does in the story.
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Children's Book: Granny's Guitar

Teaching The Value Of Optimism

Trying to raise an optimistic “happy go lucky” child who always sees the glass half full? Wouldn’t it be great if we all developed the habit of looking on the bright side of life?
Share this story with your children and work together to remember that “…sometimes the worst situations in life turn out to be the best things that ever happened to us.”
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Children's Book: A Grand Bed Adventure

Help Your Children Create New Positive Habits

Have you ever struggled to help your child establish a new, good habit?
Wouldn't it help if we could use a creative example to show them the benefits of these habits?
In this story, Grandpa shows Ted how making his bed can lead to a wonderful feeling of accomplishment that can set all of us on a path of success in all our endeavors.
"If you want to change the world, start off by making your bed"
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Children's Book: Glass Full Of Rumors

Worried that your child might be a victim of gossip?

Would you like to help your child identify rumors, without getting drawn into them?
If so, this is the book for you.
It's an effective tool to help your children recognize rumors so they won't take them to heart. It also will help them understand the consequences of spreading a rumor. As Socrates said: “If what you want to say is neither true, nor good or kind, nor useful or necessary, please don’t say anything at all.”
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"People may doubt what you say, but they will believe what you do."

OK, but Who's A. M. Marcus?

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Let me share with you some relevant information about me and the books, so you can make a better decision.

*I am not here to brag or anything, but I think this might help you.

As long as I can remember, I always found myself breaking things down, showing and explaining concepts to others, whether it was a course I was conducting in the army, teaching computer science class in middle school, mentoring other students in university, working as an engineer or even teaching salsa dancing.

I just love to take complex ideas and break them down to the core, and practically this is what I am doing with these children's books.

The ideas I am sharing in these books come from inspirational quotes and lessons I've been collecting for the past 15 years.
“There is no greater journey than the one that you must take to discover all of the mysteries that lie within you.” 

Through a journey of self-reflection, I realized the powerful connection between my biggest passions and strengths:
• Collecting inspiring quotes
• Simplifying and breaking things down
• And my innate connection with children

So what do I do:
I take a quote that holds a deep life lesson and engineer a story around it, while breaking down the lesson in a way anyone can understand, and you guessed it - also children!

What other people say

Israel Drazin

Author

A. M. Marcus writes smart stories for children that cause them to think and improve. In these thought-provoking children-friendly tales with colorful drawings, A. M. Marcus helps children think better of themselves. He gives them self-confidence.

Grady Harp

Top Amazon Reviewer

A. M. Marcus is a storyteller of the first order.

Marcus known his way with children's stories and each new one seems to just get better than the last one - and THAT  is really saying something.

"Action express priorities" 


- Mahatma Gandhi