While the world of social media is captured in fads, trends, and viral content, Prince A Sanders who has earned the title of “Prince of The City” by Forbes Magazine wants to motivate children across the United States to find what makes them unique and to stick to it in adversity through his second book ‘The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Prince: Everybody’s Good at Something.’
The book is based on Sander’s childhood experience. “As a child, I thought my life was pretty ordinary,” Sanders continues “Later in life, as I would share stories with friends and colleagues, many of them found my life to be pretty special. It was through their eyes that I discovered my ordinary life may have been extraordinary after all.”
The release of ‘The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Prince: Everybody’s Good at Something,’ Prince’s second book, has the goal to encourage children to follow their hearts and create their own extraordinarily ordinary lives, providing them the tools to overcome bullying they may face. The premise of the book is about Prince and how he differs from his brother Andrew who is a great athlete. Although Prince’s brother encourages him, Prince cannot get his body to do the things he’s being instructed to do. He then discovers ballet which he appears to be born to do according to his instructor.
“Today’s youth must be encouraged, supported, and loved for themselves as they discover their passions,” says Sanders. Prince A. Sanders is passionate about the social development of children and empowering them through his own personal experience via his second book and has been recognized by Story Monsters Inc. alongside big names like California Governor Gavin Newsom and best-selling author D.J. Steinberg.
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The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Prince: Everybody’s Good at Something.
‘The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Prince: Everybody’s Good at Something’ is the second book in the Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Prince series following the first book ‘Which Fork’s First.’ The books are geared towards educating children and motivating them to create a life worth telling others about. In the sequel ‘Everybody’s Good At Something’ Prince A. Sanders draws on personal experiences to help children overcome the challenge of finding their passion and give them the courage to pursue that passion with vigor.
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