Role Model Ricky’s Big Birthday Bash by authors Jeremy and Janel Miller is a great book for young children. It features tips on how to be a good role model for other children as well as beautiful illustrations to accompany the story.
According to the book, a good role model is: “someone who has good behavior and a positive attitude, listens to his or her parents, and is nice to others.” The book gives an example of a situation in which Ricky is given a train set at his birthday party. When allowed to open it right away, at first he doesn’t want to share it with his friends. But, he stops and thinks about it and decides that if he is selfish and doesn’t share with his friends that will not be a way to be a good role model. In the end he does share the toy and has a fun time playing with all of his friends. Afterward, his parents give him positive words of affirmation for his good behavior during the party.
The book is written in simple language that all children, even very young children, will be able to understand.
Published by Author House, this book is available in an ebook, softcover or hardcover format. This would make a great gift for a child, not only to encourage them to read but to start a conversation between them and their parents about behavior and how it affects not only themselves, but others as well.
Have you ever wished there was an easy and exciting way to encourage your children to listen, have good manners, and aspire to be good role models? Well, at least most of the time! Then Role Model Ricky’s Big Birthday Bash is the book for you. This will be your go-to book to teach children how to be good role models while having fun along the way. Using lifelike situations, Ricky teaches children the importance of having good manners, sharing, and being respectful of others. And best of all, Ricky is a character parents can be proud of and children can relate to. Get ready to watch the positive reaction children have when they read Role Model Ricky’s Big Birthday Bash!
I’m giving it to my 7 yr. old niece. She loves to read and I think the message relayed in the book will benefit her, as well. What little person in your life would you buy this book for?
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