Samuel Lugeiyamu Mutasa's New Book 'Little Children Little Problems, Big Children Big Problems' Tackles The Need To Nurture Children Into Successful Adults
Recent release 'Little Children Little Problems, Big Children Big Problems' from Covenant Books author Samuel Lugeiyamu Mutasa is a comprehensive account of the importance of guiding children to become responsible, impactful adults who can revolutionize the world.
NEW YORK, November 12, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Samuel Lugeiyamu Mutasa, DipEd, Cert. RS, BSc., MSc., a retired teacher, educationalist, administrator, and scientist, has completed his new book "Little Children Little Problems, Big Children Big Problems": an in-depth narrative that presents insights on how educators and parents can enlighten young minds to become purposeful adults who can shape the world's future.
Samuel writes, "Child upbringing determines the future of nations. Adolescent stage is ubiquitously the most difficult in this endeavor. Caregivers try to mold youngsters before entering this stage. However, biological factors usually surpass these efforts. Many adolescents are rebellious. Adolescents form a substantial percentage of world population. They cannot be overlooked. Their successes determine the world's future. Different cultures and religions have similarities and differences in upbringing adolescents. Some methods are autocratic, authoritative, or democratic. All aim at having successful adults. Positive oral communication builds good relationships between adolescents and their caregivers. Jews and some African tribes have good examples. In addition, Jesus's life gives unmatched examples. He is the Messiah. Lives of Prophet Mohammed and Buddha are also exemplary. Teachers are important caretakers. Their approaches in upbringing adolescents have profound impacts on the latter's future. Female adolescent upbringing is highly challenging. They may get pregnant. Those snared get into lifelong difficulties. Some of these entangle themselves. Aretha Franklin and Oprah Winfrey are good examples to emulate. Although caretakers try to protect females against pregnancies, the problem continues to exist. Unfortunately, some teachers and the clergy escalate the problem. We should not be involved."
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Samuel Lugeiyamu Mutasa's new book stresses the significance of adults becoming effective mentors to children to instill in them wisdom and virtues that can lead them to become productive individuals who can greatly contribute to the society's progress.
This book lays the foundation that children are the future harbingers of success and efficacy for the growth of civilizations.
Readers can purchase "Little Children Little Problems, Big Children Big Problems" at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
Covenant Books is an international Christian-owned and operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work which appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.
Source: Covenant Books