If change is the one thing we can count on, why is it so difficult for most of us to change our bad habits? In this clever and entertaining book, Shouty attempts to do just that. As he tries to change his ways, comfort zones and negative self-talk threaten to keep him from his goal. Will his bad habits prevail? Or can Shouty pull through and make better choices?
Life of Shouty: Good Habits (Published by Rixkin: May 18, 2010; Hardcover; ISBN: 978-0-9842069-0-2; $14.95) is a universal story that explores themes of hope and persistence in the face of adversity. Readers can relate to Shouty’s struggles: procrastination, stagnancy, and habitual ways of thinking that pose obstacles to achievement and personal growth. The poetic style and illustrations help to create a reading journey that speaks to the heart of those who want to be their best selves.
Changing habits is not easy, but you will be motivated to—or at least have hope that you can—after reading this book. Whether you’re an adult or child, Life of Shouty: Good Habits offers a refreshing view of life’s common challenges.
“Teaches children, in a very gentle and effective way, the consequences of bad decisions.”
– Feathered Quill Book Reviews
“NeonSeon’s answer to the couch potato syndrome.”
– The Midwest Book Review
Life of Shouty: Good Habits by NeonSeon
Publisher: Rixkin (May 18, 2010)
Reading level: Ages 8 and up
Hardcover: 32 pages