PRLog - Feb. 26, 2014 - TUMWATER, Wash. -- Have It! is the story of a little boy named Zachee, who journeys with his mother around their island home. They discover that there are many things in life that they cannot have.
Adults know that we can’t always have what we want in life, but it can take children a long time to realize this concept! Young children especially, think that unless they can hold something in their hands, it doesn’t really exist. But we can possess many things that we can’t see. We can possess memories, friendship, love, and other concepts that can’t be held in our hands.
With time, we all learn that the things we cannot see are sometimes more important than the physical things that we can see and hold. So take the time to stop, listen, and look for all the wonderful parts of life that we can enjoy. Even if we can’t hold it, we can still Have It!
HAVE IT! (ISBN: 978-1-62516-
About the Author: Originally from Alabama, Susannah Gray is an educator living in the Marshall Islands, a tropical paradise in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. She published two other children’s books, Alligators Coming! and Gotta See Nathan! Her children, Zach and Nathan, changed her life and inspired her to write because of all their cute “kidisms,”
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