Develop a world of wonder! Salt water in the air. Tropical cool breeze brushing your skin. Looking for seashells in the warm sticky sand. Eating delicious food under the sun. Listening to the waves crash onto the shore. Enjoying the best day ever at the beach with your loved ones. Those are the moments that are priceless. Those are the moments that are not replaceable. Those are the moments that shape your childhood. Let's join young Marley as she embarks on a fun and memorable day at the beach with her family. Set in Hawaii, Marley enjoys beautiful scenery, delicious food, refreshing waves, and building memories all under the magical North Shore sunshine.
Marley’s Beach Adventure is the first multicultural picture book in the Naturebella’s Kids Book Series. Filled with vibrant illustrations and a rhyming text, this book is an entertaining story to read to a baby or for any child learning to read on their own.
Naturebella's Kids Books Series were created to empower children to see themselves reflected in the pages of the stories and to inspire them to create the change they seek in the world. Check out the other multicultural and environmentally-focused books in the Naturebella's Kids Books Series! Representation Matters. Culturally Diverse Books Matter.
About the Author
Kimaada Le Gendre is a Trinidadian-American educator, entrepreneur, environmentalist and author.
After spending over 15 years as a formal & informal teacher, she shifted her focus when she became a mom to developing and writing books.
She writes multicultural stories that empower and inspire children of color from all around the world, and environmentally focused stories that encourage young children to think of solutions to solve our earth's environmental problems.
Since launching Naturebella's Kids Books in June 2018, she has received great reviews from literary bloggers, teachers, parents and children.
She currently resides in Queens, NY and is a graduate of Hunter College and Vermont Law School. She is currently the Head of Education at Queens Museum and runs an empowerment camp for young girls.
Paperback | 30 pages