Amazon Best-Seller Announcement: The Ocean’s Riddle
Dr. Farnaz Namin’s children’s book, The Ocean’s Riddle, recently became an Amazon Best-Seller.
Center for Work Life happily extends congratulations!
The Ocean’s Riddle is a story that embodies some of Center for Work Life’s primary values. The book offers a great example of work life balance which can be seen in the mother’s time spent with her child. Beyond work life balance, the concept of emotional intelligence is important to the characters as they interact and grow to understand each other better. Though fun, engaging and colorful for children, this book also offers important lessons for children and adults. It is vital to never lose sight of one’s values. Congratulations again to Dr. Farnaz for a job well done.
The Ocean’s Riddle:
This is the only tale of perseverance ever told by a courageous oyster from under the sea. A young boy makes a new friend who tells him a story about bravery. Set in a beautiful ocean world, the lesson learned is one he’ll never forget.
What a delightful way to teach children ways to overcome challenges and foster perseverance. Dr. Namin’s gentle message will likely resonate in the ears and minds of children as they read and reread “The Ocean’s Riddle” for years to come. A great addition to any parent, teacher or counselor’s library.
~ Kim Taylor
First Grade Teacher
Recommended for Ages 1-8.
Look for it soon in board back form.
About the Author:
Farnaz Namin, Ph.D., is a doctor of psychology and the Principal at Center for Work Life. She has more than 15 years of psychology practice experience within the US and abroad. She is the constant catalyst to change as the Florida Key Psychologist, representing state and federal work-force regulatory planning and legislature. She was the 2013 honoree of the OBJ Women Who Mean Business, and is regularly sought as an expert speaker, speaking on complex topics such as employment, talent acquisition, leadership development, and team effectiveness. Because of her vast experience in corporate and government environments, she is able to bring a fresh, unique and research driven perspective in her dynamic and groundbreaking workshops and seminars. She is a regular guest expert on media networks such as FOX, HLN, and scientific publications for trade and professional magazines, such as the Huffington Post, Boston Herald, and The New York Post.
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