Kosmo the Little Black Bear
(WestBow Press, Aug. 26, 2011)
Kosmo the Little Black Bear is a story for children, meant to teach them to think and observe. They will observe what happens when Kosmo's father and the antagonist square off. They will learn the possible outcomes of such an encounter. A word or two may be difficult for a child to understand. They have been deliberately placed in order to have the little ones go to an adult and ask for the meaning of the words. This is done to draw the family together. The adult may have to provide an example, thus helping to bring the family members together. Along with the story is a lesson in the spiritual that a child will be able to grasp. Kosmo offers more than just an action story about a bear's family. It offers positive life lessons that children will readily absorb.