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Tony Angelo began developing his talent as a poetic writer of children's stories books.  His first book, Inspiration, Encouragement, Humor, Motivation for children 'Go-bez Nibe:  Very Clever Firefly' (2010), other books that followed are  Honey I'M Home(2010)

Dawg Gone(2011),  Cordon Bleu(2011) which is about a teenager uprooted but learns what is important, and Too Face(2011) about two young girls lives that reversed in their adult lives,

 

His collection of divergent books of civil comprehension can be found at Tony Angelo of Barns and Noble.  Tony's professional expertise as a social worker for 30 years, his stance on the development of children's pure minds, is foremost important to assist them with knowledge and understanding for mental balance in their future.  

 

Tony Angelo's children's books gives the reader the comprehension of discovering how to covenant with others through laughter, humility, logic, and the understanding that allows one to feel empathy for others, to name a few.   The inspirational conception that is received by the children and parents alike is the "absorption of the knowledge in Tony's simple stories that have abundant colossal messages".  Tony's influential stories reflect similarities that happen in our everyday lives.  Tony is quoted, "There are many different backgrounds and identities that I have learned to embrace, simply with compassion and dignity".  From Tony's past professional  experience, "Children who learn to read early in life, are prepared to imagine a better understanding of their life as it unfolds into their future

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