Dazzling Travis: A Story About Being Confident & Original (Hardcover)

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Travis sets no limits to what he enjoys doing. Shopping and football, ballet and dress-up make Travis a one of a kind boy! But when some of the kids on the playground begin to pick on him, Travis truly dazzles. This empowering story encourages kids of any gender to challenge the social norm, revealing their true selves.

About the Author

Hannah Carmona Dias is the author of Beautiful, Wonderful, Strong Little Me and the founder of Collective Art School of Tennessee. She is also a mother, active YouTuber, and actress. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee. Brenda Figueroa is a freelance illustrator based in Madrid. Her professional background includes a bachelor's degree in graphic design, an MA in children’s book illustration, experience in advertising, and a wide range of illustration projects.

Praise For…

"While very highly recommended, especially for family, elementary school, and community library Social Issues picture book collections for children ages 5-7, it should be noted that Dazzling Travis is also available for personal reading lists in a paperback edition and in a digital book format." —Midwest Book Review

"This celebration of living one's best life features the first-person voice of Travis, a boy with a lot of flair: overall, the book succeeds in communicating the message promised in the subtitle." —Andrew Medlar, Booklist Reviewer

"In cheery rhymes, Dias introduces Travis, a boy who likes dressing as a knight as much as dancing ballet. Like Travis, his friends' personalities shine through their non gendered clothing and the toys they choose. Dias offers little nuance in favor of a straightforward message about embracing individuality, defying stereotypes and standing up against bullies." —Publishers Weekly

Product Details
ISBN: 9780997608564
ISBN-10: 0997608560
Publisher: Cardinal Rule Press
Publication Date: April 1st, 2019
Pages: 32