Who Else Can Love You?
Things to Tell Your Child, Inner or Outer
Every human being is worthy of love and truly a marvel. Every person's soul is precious. Every person is either a child on the outside or has a child on the inside. Both deserve to be loved.
Why not instill our children with a sense of worth, value, and lovability using wonderful words to lift their spirits, encourage them to stretch themselves and appreciate the innate good in others?
"Who Else Can Love You?" is a book of the positive and enthusiastic affirmations our children have always wanted to hear. It's a book that teaches self-care by example. Who else can love you? That's an excellent question. Come inside to find out how wonderful it is to discover the answer.
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What's in an Author's Name?
Dwight E. Kobar
Dwight, the author, is a child at heart who desires to share this heart with you. He delights in being creative and expressive in his writing and his relationships.
To know Dwight is to know what it's like to smile, laugh and perhaps cry from genuine compassion. He hopes you'll get to know him and have a wonderful time in the process. What a lively and joyous journey this life can be. Let's make it so!
Fun Fact: Dwight E. Kobar is actually a nickname in disguise. Dwight has often been lovingly called, Dwighty as a toddler. The middle initial 'E' is that addition in disguise, turning "Dwight E." into "Dwighty."
The "co" suffix comes from Czech, where it is added to the end of someone's name when you are addressing them directly. My dear Uncle Chris started doing this with everyone's name when he learned of it. Now we have "Dwighty-co."
Lastly, my humorous uncle started adding 'bar' to the end of everyone's name. It's a nerd joke, which I find quite funny. He was a mathematics professor at Purdue University and "bar" is a mathematical term for a type of notation, also used in T-Bar, the name of a method. Using this alone, my nickname would be "Dwight-bar." Getting the idea?
So, put them altogether, which my cousin always did when I was a boy, and you have "Dwighty-co-bar." It stuck ever since and I love it. I once used this nickname for the return address in a letter I sent to my oldest cousin. But, instead of calling myself, "Dwighty-co-bar" I spelled it out phonetically. That was the birth of "Dwight E. Kobar."
Dwight would like to acknowledge his beloved Uncle Chris and his cousins for giving him this nickname. Uncle Chris will be remembered fondly forever.
"Every child is an artist.
The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up."
~ Pablo Picasso
This enthusiastic boy is still here with us today. Dwighty-co-bar chose to formalize his nickname as his author name, Dwight E. Kobar.
Thank you for being here, for you too are loved!
In the end, which is really just the beginning, it's all in light-hearted fun that
Dwight E. Kobar hopes you will experience this book, not just read it.
"Who Else Can Love You?"
Why This Book?
Why did Dwight write and create this book? Why would you want to read it? Simply because it's incredibly uplifting. He wrote each word from his heart with love to make this experience lively, fun and quite validating.
Alya illustrated for the book in the same spirit.
It's our sincere desire such positive energy is just as contagious for you.
Uniquely Beautiful in Every Way
As human beings, we are uniquely, wonderfully, and beautifully created. Let us celebrate all that we are.
Fun Fact: There's a secret to the images. Look for an item or theme in one image that appears in the next. Need a hint? The first example is a pair of sunglasses held in one hand. See if you can spot them in the next image of the book.
Please Be My Friend?
Wait! I'm not done writing! Plus, I'd love to hear from you. There's still much creativity and enthusiasm left. Lots more! I know it! This is just the beginning.
Stay in touch! I'll continue to share my heart exclusively with my readers to keep the fun going. Watch for special offers, news about what's next, etc.
I'd love to hear how this book made your child smile.