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David's Big Break is Presented by Charmaine Loever and Teaches Kids to Believe in Themselves

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David, a little boy who has no self-confidence, is the protagonist of the novel. David thought he was unimportant and powerless to accomplish anything. His classmate Priscilla consistently receives As on her assignments. Henry, another student in his class, excelled in sports and received frequent praise from Coach Henderson, who had predicted Henry's future success.

However, because of his reserved nature and the fact that he hails from a low-income family, he is frequently made fun of by his peers. He wears the same battered pair of sneakers for the whole year. When David's father passed away when he was nine, he left an old guitar, which he played every night before going to sleep. When Mrs. Cole's instructor, Mr. Blackwood, was starting a young band. In order to set up an audition for students who could play the guitar and were interested in trying it out, Mr. Cole came to the class. David considers this to be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to demonstrate his talent. Who would prevail and join the band as a regular member between David and Justin?

For kids, “David's Big Break” is a great book to read. They learn about obstacles, bullying, fears, and how to overcome them, as well as diversity, sportsmanship, and other things from it. It encourages and stimulates them to accomplish their objectives. Additionally, it has a wealth of useful life lessons that will aid students in laying a strong foundation for the future.

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“David's Big Break”
Author: Charmaine Loever
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: June 2022
Book Genre: Fiction, Contemporary

About the Author
Dr. Charmaine Loever has been a fourth grade teacher in Florida for 30 years. She attended Nova University where she received her BA in Education and University of Phoenix where she obtained her MSc in Education. She also got her doctorate at Northcentral University.

As a child she had a passion for writing. She wrote many short stories and poems and won a nationwide writing competition at the age of 12. As an adult, she decided to utilize her creative talent by writing books that are usually designed to motivate and inspire children. Her experience as a writing teacher, personal experiences, as well as those that she has obtained from reading books have made her an effective writer.

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