Elizabeth Isn't Afraid to Ride Anymore

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AuthorHouse, Apr 1, 2007 - Education - 52 pages
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"Elizabeth Isn't Afraid to Ride Anymore" is a unique way to demonstrate a child's ability of getting over a fear. This is a true story about my oldest granddaughter, Alexia Elizabeth. She conquered her fear of riding the Python five years ago at Jeepers in Rockville, Maryland. The colorful description of the indoor amusement park allows the imagination to journey there as the story is told. Elizabeth is playful and fun loving-and demonstrates courage and bravery. She was never pressured into riding; however, she was often given gentle opportunities to try. She overcame her fear by daringly choosing to ride. This delightful story is written in a way that a child could relate to overcoming any fear. It may be widely used in many educational settings, as well as a variety of objectives.

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