Elizabeth Arkward Newton Releases “The Little Boy Who Wished God Had Not Given Him a Brain”

This is a narrative about a boy who had no intention whatsoever to use his brain. Well, unless if it were connected to his world of make-believe. He kept complaining that he did not know how to dress himself or how to put on his coat. It was even difficult to put his shoes on the right feet or to button his shirt up correctly. It was a constant trouble for him, on top of all that, his mother expected him to brush his hair and to brush his teeth. And even wished that God had given him a toy instead of a brain. Utilizing his brain will take too much time away from his make-believe fantasy world. Therefore, he wished he did not have a brain. He was convinced that he would be fine without a brain in his own opinion.

Find out more in the book, the consequences he encountered when he keeps depending on his mom on everything he does until an unexpected surprise happened in the family.

Let alone the story can stir up any child’s imagination and can arouse intrigue. The story teaches young readers about diligence and self-reliance as well as being independent. The book features unique hand-drawn illustrations by Patrick Lawrence Newton that will help young readers to follow.

The storybook is great pick-up for anyone who enjoys reading illustrated narratives. A welcome addition to your collection or library. Own a copy today!

Book available at: https://youronlinepublicist.com/product/the-little-boy-who-wished-god-had-not-given-him-a-brain-big-momma-books-by-elizabeth-arkward-newton/

The Little Boy Who Wished God Had Not Given Him A Brain
Author: Elizabeth Arkward Newton
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: April 2021
Genre: Children’s Book
Target Audience: Children age 4 to 8.

About the Author
Elizabeth Arkward Newton, the youngest of eight children; she was born in Lyndhurst, Virginia and raised in the valley of the Afton Mountains. Her primary and secondary education was in the public school systems of Albemarle and Nelson Counties. High school education was provided by the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament at Saint Francis De Sales (Castle on the James River) in Powhatan, Virginia. Saint Francis De Sales was an all girls’ prep-high school founded by Saint Katharine Drexel in 1891 for disadvantaged African American and Indian girls. The school was designed to promote dignity, self-respect and a high degree of Christian education.