One little girl who is in love with the color PINK and all things “girly” discovers her love of karate and how fun it can be to try something new and different. With the help of her parents and karate instructor, she learns that if she tries her best, she can do anything!
This whimsically illustrated book was created to inspire young girls to create new goals for themselves and to understand that they are capable of trying and excelling at anything that boys can do. With determination and encouragement, a child can do anything they set their mind to while laying the foundation for a successful future. As a mother of two, Mrs. Sweenie has seen her daughters gain confidence, respect and discipline through their study of karate. Karate is just one example of how children can strive for excellence in everything they do.
“I myself felt more empowered by this story … and would definitely recommend it to young girls and mothers who want to try and get their kids out of their shells. The illustrations throughout the book depicted the story perfectly!” —Cathy De Los Santos, Addicted to Books
About the Author
Susan Sweenie is a public relations consultant and freelance writer who resides just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She is the mother of 2 girls and has been writing for over 15 years. She has always envisioned bringing the stories she has told to her children, to life. She is a graduate of Stonehill College and this is her first book. You can email the author directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Illustrator
Jillian Dister has loved drawing her whole life. She lives in Ohio with her three small children who have been much of the inspiration for her artwork. She works with pencil, photoshop, and watercolor. You may contact the illustrator directly: email@example.com