Beatrix Tambunan

Biography

Beatrix S. Tambunan has a background in Human Resources with a MS degree from Suffolk University and Graduate Certificate from Harvard University. She currently lives in Boston with her husband and daughter. "An Eagle Named Canary" is her first children's book. Inspired by living in various parts of the world and enjoying the beauty of all cultures, Beatrix embraces diversity and encourages empowerment.

"I started to write and illustrate children's books since I want to communicate positivity and empowerment to young children. I have to say my daughter, Sarah, really inspired me to write with excitement.

My background is in Human Resources where I managed adults in a very corporate environment. Unfortunately, there is very little room for creativity and adults are immune to change. I finally took a break from a high strung work environment....I believe I found my passion.

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Moon Girl
#2 AMAZON KINDLE eBOOKs BESTSELLERS for Children's Self-Esteem & Self-Respect! November 17, 2012! A story of Moon Girl who made sure the moon shone brightly at night so night creatures could creep outside and see where they were going. She left one day and Earth was never the same until she came back. A story of self-worth and valuable relationships.

Books

The Golden Egg
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 1,770. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2013. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Holidays & Celebrations / Easter & Lent
Addy finds an unusual golden egg during the annual egg hunt. She brings it home and later discover its special purpose. What was the egg's mystery?
Action Research:How Can I Be a More Effective Reading Teacher to My Daughter?
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 8,430. Language: English. Published: February 28, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Research
Action Research was a very important method for me to teach my daughter Sarah how to be a better reader when she was five years old. I struggled teaching simple words like "dog" and "cat". What was I doing wrong? What can I do to improve and be a more effective reading teacher to my daughter?

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