It’s #RIAuthor Month! Meet Tara Williams

Angel Friends

Angel Friends: Let Your Smile Shine

An inspiring story about accepting differences in others, kindness, resilience, and bravery.

Most people don’t realize how often bullying occurs with young children. Join Aria, India, and their Angel Friends, as they deal with the difficult issue of bullying and smart ways to resolve an upsetting experience. This book is fantastic for teachers and parents.  You can use this approachable book to discuss bullying with children in a comforting way.

Let Your Smile Shine is geared toward ages 3-9 and for BOTH boys and girls! It also has a Readers’ Theater Play in the back of the book for children to practice reading and perform.

A signed copy makes a great gift for teachers, baby showers and birthdays!

Let’s all remember that BRAVE IS THE NEW BEAUTIFUL!

www.angelfriends.net

Tara Williams

Tara Williams began writing books when she became an early childhood educator. She realized books can be for both enjoyment and an amazing conversation starter with children. Many difficult topics can be addressed using a great book. Tara lives in Rhode Island with her husband Chris and their daughter Aria. Most people think that seeing is believing. Tara thinks first you believe and then you will see.

GIVEAWAY! The author is offering a print copy of her book to one lucky winner. All you have to do is comment below. The winner will be chosen at random and the author will contact you directly. Contest ends one week after publication. US residents only, please.

Meet over 100 local authors on Saturday, December 2! The Fifth Annual RI Authors Expo

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6 thoughts on “It’s #RIAuthor Month! Meet Tara Williams

  1. Love the title, “Let Your Smile Shine”! Bullying is a much needed topic for discussion, and it sounds like you found an inspiring way to discuss it. One of my favorite songs is by Tim McGraw–Humble and Kind. We need more kindness in this world.

  2. Hi Tara, This sounds like a much needed story. I have two young grandchildren and I think their parents would appreciate a gift of your book. It is sad that bullying can start at such a young age.

  3. This book sounds like the perfect way to start a conversation with young children about bullying. I have the perfect teacher in mind for this book. Would love to win a signed copy. Thank you for this opportunity.
    Leslie Piver

  4. Thanks Martha for assisting your fellow authors in getting their books out there. Thank you Tara for writing this book on such an important subject. Children need to learn tolerance at a young age to carry them through life.

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