Recent release “Grant’s Bird Song” from Page Publishing author C.M. Carbins introduces a young boy named Grant who battles with his emotions as he deals with challenges that he faces, such as being bullied at school.
C.M. Carbins has completed her new book “Grant’s Bird Song”: an engaging children’s book about a young boy named Grant who finds comfort in a mysterious singing bird who helps him overcome obstacles.
Author C.M. Carbins is a wife and mother who has over twenty years of experience working with children as a social worker, educator, and advocate. She is committed to keeping children safe, teaching them life skills, and empowering them to maintain good emotional health so that they may live their best lives. Throughout her career, she realized the need to support children in developing social-emotional skills early so that they may be better equipped to manage life healthily. C.M. Carbins desires to continue her efforts through literature.
Carbins writes, “This story is about Grant who is a little boy with brown skin, brown eyes, and curly hair. He recently moved with his parents to a small house near a big city. His father was a truck driver who was often away from home due to his job. His mother worked in the community and was always busy with projects.”
She continues, “Grant wanted to believe that his family loved him, but he often felt ignored and wished for more attention from his parents.”
Published by Page Publishing, C.M. Carbins’s impactful tale offers an example for young readers of how to cope with difficult situations.
Readers who wish to experience this memorable work can purchase “Grant’s Bird Song” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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