Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Content Rating: G for all kids.
Sophie gets bored quickly and won’t even eat her food without looking at her tablet. She’s thrilled to hear of her family’s upcoming trip to a magical place called India, a land she’s only heard of in stories. Once there, she quickly realizes that the underprivileged children living in the mud colony possess a joy and contentment she can’t explain. Sophie sets out on a journey of discovery, but what she finds may change her world forever. This tale about the true meaning of happiness and the power of gratitude is based on true events.
- ★ Human Relations Award, Children’s Book of the Year
- ★ Firebird Book Award Winner
- ★ Family Choice Award Winner
- ★ Literary Titan Gold Award Winner
- ★ Mom’s Choice Gold Award Winner
- ★ Golden Wizard Book Prize Winner
- ★ Story Monsters Award Winner
- ★ Pinnacle Book Achievement Award
True to one of its core themes about giving back, 100% percent of net proceeds from every fourth copy of Children Who Dance in the Rain will go to charities such as Save The Children, GiveWell and Bright Sparks School in Mohali, India, who are dedicated to providing educational opportunities for underprivileged children.
Susan, a legal advocate for children’s rights, has long harbored a dream of crafting a tale that would empower young readers to understand and champion the rights of their peers. Drawing upon her own experiences as a young person comprehending privilege, she was inspired to write a book that would not only entertain but also inspire her readers to consider pressing social issues and to actively strive to make the world a better place for all children.
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