Fulton Books author Jan Giel, a professional writer for over 30 years and life-long optimist, has completed her first book, "Negative Ed": an inspiring tale about changing perspectives and embracing the positive.
"If you have the courage to change the way you look at things," says Giel, "the things you look at can change…for the better."
Published by Fulton Books, Jan Giel's book tells the story of a boy named Ed and his never-ending negativity. When his mom proposes a day of fun for the two of them, he can't help but to think of all the bad things that could happen. He would much rather stay in his room, but when his mom plans to enjoy her day without him, Ed starts to think. Could it be worth it to take a chance? Can Negative Ed forget his worries and focus on the positive possibilities?
"Negative Ed" teaches young readers to always look on the bright side. With the help of his mom, Ed discovers how much fun he can have when he flips his "doom and gloom" way of thinking. Among the many lessons he learns that day, perhaps the most important is that sometimes change takes a bit of bravery, but it is worth it in the end.
Readers who wish to experience this uplifting work can purchase "Negative Ed" online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Jan Giel's New Book 'Negative Ed' Is a Delightful Children's Story About Overcoming Perpetual Pessimism and Learning to See the Glass Half Full