We all make mistakes and learn from them.
But what if we could avoid making some mistakes? Mistakes which could have a very long lasting impact on our lives especially if we make them at an early age?
What if someone wanted to share the mistakes so many of us make so we can avoid making them and get to where we want to be in life a lot easier if not sooner?
In this book, Francois Keyser, shares his life experience and the mistakes many of us make personally or as a result of our education and upbringing so we can learn about them and avoid them as early as possible in our education and career paths.
Francois also shares his ideas for goal setting and life planning.
This book is simply written and easy to understand. It highlights basic aspects that we are seldom told. Aspects which have a major impact on our life starting in the education system.
If you want to reach for your star, consider reading this book....
Francois wanted to be an author since he first learned to read. The first stories he wrote as a child were about a talking car which he illustrated himself.
In high school Francois wrote a collection of poetry which he submitted to publishers at the time. There was no internet at the time so Francois would collect addresses of publishers to whom he could submit his poetry, from magazines in bookstores
After completing his education, Francois entered the corporate world where he built a successful career before finally returning to his childhood dream of being an author in 2010.
He has since authored the “Junglies” series of children’s books. The first seven books in the series have been self-published in print and eBook format. They have also been translated into Spanish, French, Dutch Portuguese, German, Italian and Afrikaans
Following “The Junglies” he authored other standalone children’s books titled “The Tickle Tree” and “A Bear in there” which are both written in prose (rhyme). “The Tickle Tree” and “A Bear in there” are both still to be illustrated and published.
Francois has also completed two Young Adult Fantasy Fiction novels in “WordRealm” and another standalone Fantasy Fiction novel inspired by ColdPlay’s song, “Viva La Vida”.
Francois wanted to share his life experiences with young adults and teenagers with regard to his journey to becoming an author and he wrote a self-help/motivational book for Young Adults and Teenagers titled, “Creating Personal Success”.
He currently lives in Indonesia and shares his time between his family and his writing.
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This story creates awareness in young readers of the harmful impact we have on nature when we litter. It also introduces young readers to the concept of recycling.
This story is part of the “Junglies” series of stories. The “Junglies” stories are about the adventures of five jungle animals and their game warden friend. Each “Junglies” story can be used to introduce children to the topics of “endangered species” as each species of animal represented by a character has at least one subspecies which is endangered. “unity in diversity” can also be introduced to children as the animals are best friends despite being different.
As usual, there is never a dull moment with the friends and soon the train is out of control on a one way track to disaster!
Will the friends be able to stop the train? Will they get to the beach safely or will this be the last trip the Junglies ever make?
This story teaches young reader about teamwork.
The Junglies stories can be used to introduce children to endangered species as every species of animal in the stories has at least one subspecies that is endangered including rabbits.
The stories can also be used to introduce children to unity in diversity as the the animmals are best friends despite all being different.