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About Diane Hull
Diane Hull is a retired Primary School teacher, specialising in the Early Years, who lives in Todmorden in England.
Known as “Grandma Duck” to her
grandchildren, she is very much in touch with what young children like to read and have read to them. Educated at Manchester Metropolitan University,
Diane graduated with a B A (Hons) First Class in Early Childhood Studies and is
a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Diane has 3 grandsons, Joey, Harry and George who love grandma's books.
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Be Happy to Be You!
The style of writing used in the book obviously suggests that the book was made for children, but is there anything wrong with an adult enjoying a beautiful and simple piece of literature? Absolutely no. Anyone who is literate will surely love flipping the pages, even if not to read, but to please the eyes while admiring the appealing images used in the book. Also, there is a lesson at the end of it all. Be satisfied with what you have. Appreciate what you own and quit admiring everything you lay your eyes on.
The ability to being happy is appreciating and liking what you have, instead of what you don’t have. This positive and empowering picture book, by author Diane Hull, will help kids to embrace who they are and look for their unique potential and become strong, happy, awesome adults.
A second Baby Bird book
"Proud To be Blue!"
Baby bird wants to play with the other animals.
The fish will not let him play because he is not Orange.
The frogs will not let him play because he is not green.
The horses will not let him play because he is not brown.
Baby bird feels sad. But he likes his colour; he is proud to be blue.
So he confronts the other animals.
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"Baby bird wasn’t happy.
He longed to be like other animals.
He wanted to swim and run and jump.
But he had to learn to be happy as he was…
He had to learn just to be himself!"