The Above All Others Principle
by Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication date: 11/20/2012
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Eight year old Allie Henderson returns home from school early to find a note from her mother saying she has taken Allie’s brother to the hospital for safety and will return to pick up Allie soon. Allie hears a roaring sound and goes to the front door and opens it, only to be caught up in the flood waters which have resulted from days of rain. Allie is initially terrified until she remembers to use her grandfather’s practical principles to help guide her through to safety. Then she meet Tula, a blind African-American woman who is alone and lost and in need of assistance. Together Allie and Tula make their way to Tula’s house where Allie’s nightmare threatens her very survival.
MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK
Allie is a really unique and special little girl, and she ends up being a hero because she rescues a blind elderly woman during a flood. And she also rescues the body of a baby. I really adore Allie, because instead of being scared and doing nothing when she sees all of the water, she does what she can to help others. And the unique thing that Allie does is that she encourages her friends and those in her school to stand strong when problems come our way, and always be willing to lend a hand to everyone in need.
Wow! We need more Allie’s in our world today. And I really love that Dr. Karen Pirnot so professionally writes a story such as this one to encourage the younger generations how to face difficult situations they will sure face in life. The Above All Others Principle book is a book that should be read by every student that has problems dealing with life. They will sure be encouraged and find answers that will better their situation. Pick up your copy today!
I received this book from the author, Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot to read and review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55.
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Dr. Pirnot has worked with children and families in various capacities for the past fifty years. While in private practice in Iowa, she worked extensively with children and adults in the juvenile justice system. She has also worked in consultating for schools and hospitals.
As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Pirnot has spoken to groups and lectured in universities. In addition to her work with children and families, Dr. Pirnot has worked with female inmates in the prison system and with death and dying issues with geriatric residents in long term care facilities.
Dr. Pirnot is married, with three children whom she raised prior to her return to school for graduate work. After moving from Iowa, she had a private practice in Sarasota, Florida prior to her retirement in 2005.
Following her retirement, Dr. Pirnot began to publish books she had written during her clinical practice years. She writes about the imagination and motivation of children while attempting to empower the child characters in her books. Many of her adult novels also contain interactions with children, with emphasis on respectful and growth-oriented interactions between and among the generations.
Dr. Pirnot has completed an award-winning series about special needs children. She is currently writing a mid-grade series about special needs children who strive to live ordinary lives through facing adversity and coming out winners. The series is entitled Ordinary Kids and it features individuals with paralysis, brain trauma, blindness, obesity and personal family frustrations.