What Weekends Are For is the first book on the What things Are For book series. This books teaches kids how to be creative with their minds while at the prime age for learning, and gives them ideas on how to spend their time on the weekends. Each book is an optional coloring book and includes a "This Book Belongs To" page, which makes it personal as well as a blank page at the end of the book for kids to come up with their own ideas and pictures
The Author, Kenny Sanders had this to say about what makes What Things Are For books different from other children’s books? “Most kids love to draw and show their creative side, which is why these books are an optional coloring book and includes a blank page on each book for kids to draw something using their creative minds. This helps the kids get involved with the learning process.” He also stressed the importance of simplicity in creating the series. “What Things Are For books have minimal wordage which children tend to tune out if a book has too many words. When the child tunes out, they aren’t learning. What Things Are For series strives to keep the reader/listener engaged while having fun which in return progresses their learning abilities.”
The main aim of writing this book is to encourage learning in children. Many of us have read books as kids that would actually stick with us as adults. What Things Are For books have meaning for both kids and adults. The author was geared to write these books in simplicity as a reminder for both kids and parents / adults to live life to the fullest while shaping young minds to become responsible adults. The books are optional coloring books so the reader can get involved by using their creative minds.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kenny Sanders was an excelling professional BMX athlete for a large part of his life. The rider, from the quiet and grounded town of Ephraim, UT, was called to much more. Businessman, entrepreneur- times two- and Published Author for the passionately curious, would eventually be added to his resume of current and growing passions. Kenny founded the clothing brand TTM Lifestyle and is currently the CEO of NotSocks. He is, thematically and essentially, a modern-day Renaissance man. And no: neither of his career choices; hobby as a musician in the band Sonder Saloon come to simply impress a crowd. His focus is to fully evolve into exactly who he’s been called to be. Building up and mentoring people of all ages to be the best they can be.