A beautiful boy Troy Tosten is a hero in a series of positive books for children
A For Alien
A For Alien Childrens Book Description
“A HUNGER GAMES for Elementary school readers,” Creatures with double eyes, others who live their lives on fire, and still more strange aliens are thrown into a grueling competition, against a frightened father and son team from the planet Earth. What happens when a young boy and his dad who can’t communicate are thrown into a world where they must understand each other in order to survive? Troy is a vibrant seven year-old with a speech problem, and he relies on his sharp intelligence and strategic thinking to navigate the world. Ron Tomler is Troy’s caring, yet absent- minded, father, who is at a loss to find common ground with his son. Troy and his father are taken by aliens and must compete in a special all galaxy Olympics, where the penalty of losing is the destruction of your planet. The two of them must work together as a team to outwit the aliens and save the Earth in this best books for children.
K For Karate
K For Karate Childrens Book Description
Troy must learn martial arts to escape a strange universe. How do you stop bullying? In this fast paced page turner, Troy a young boy lacking all the physical skills of his classmates becomes the target of bullies. Angry and frustrated, his father finally admits he needs help to protect his son and forces Troy to join a karate class, but there is more to this school than just martial arts. The senseis are hiding a secret, which is soon revealed in a flurry of darkness and fire that throws Troy into a world where his tormentors must become his teammates against a far more dangerous enemy. Gripping, clever and spontaneous, this best childrens books starts at full speed and keeps running to the climatic and unexpected ending. These are the best books for children or anyone who needs the strategies to stop bullies in their tracks and come out smiling.
M For Mall
M For Mall Childrens Book Description
Troy loses his parents in the largest mall in America and must find his way back home before Christmas. For the first time ever see, hear, and feel what it’s like to be inside the incredible mind of Troy. A seven year old with a mind that not only thinks differently, but maybe even thinks better. In this ground breaking best childrens book, a small boy is torn from his home and left to fend for himself. He is soon able to glimpse a disturbing bit of his future through Abe, an adult who also struggles to fit into the demands of the world. Their two minds unite against the evil intentions of a villainous pair intent on impeding their mission of getting Troy back home. Insightful and fast paced with both humor and action, Troy’s Amazing Universe is the best books for children you won’t put down until the exciting conclusion.
T For Toy
T For Toy Childrens Book Description
Flying shoes, instant mud puddles, pocket scooters and more will excite every child this Christmas. In this rollicking adventure, Troy uncovers a plot to steal the World’s Greatest Toy from his eccentric, inventor Uncle. With his mom in the hospital having a new baby, Troy must fit in with a big family who has lots of even bigger problems. Over whelmed with too many kids, a snow sculpture competition and his new toy company, Troy’s uncle is oblivious to a plot by the evil brothers Calvin and Alvin to steal his inventions for their own Mega Toy Company. This fun filled and hilarious best childrens book is a must this holiday season. Christmas will never be the same once Troy unveils the World’s Greatest Toy!
Inspiration For Troys Amazing Universe By Sharon Tosten
I am often asked how I came up with the idea for the TROY’S AMAZING UNIVERSE best childrens books series for kids. My son Troy is very intelligent, and has always been cheerful, but often he resided in his own separate little universe. The AHAA! moment for me was during a short car trip when he was seven years old. At this point in Troy's life he looked and acted much like a typical two year old. His features, tiny nose big blue eyes and red cheeks made him look a bit like an infant. Other mothers would comment, “Gee he's so small to be walking.” When they asked me how old he was, and I answered “seven“, I would receive a very confused look.
Troy often babbled incoherently and waved his arms uncontrollably. However, here and there he would show moments of absolute brilliance. If we were out driving and I made a "different turn" to stop somewhere I did not usually...he would point in the correct direction and say 'Home". I found this amazing since we could be twenty miles from home and yet he always knew the way. My inspiration came when listening to Troy sitting in his car seat, I thought he was just staring out into space.Then he pointed to the window and called out the name of a sign we passed, then another and another. I had to listen carefully to understand...but he did it! “Wal-mart”, “Wendy's”, “Dunkin Donut's”, “7-11.” I said to myself, “WOW, what an amazing point of view?” I wonder what a childrens book would be like completely told from his point of view? And that's how it started.
The best books for children are about exciting action adventures but told from a main character that is completely unique and has a different awareness than any other hero in movies or childrens books today. I think this makes the stories more engaging and much more poignant. They are geared for ages 7-12, but to me they are family books rather than just books for children. I tried to make them enjoyable for the entire family to read.
I always make sure to drop of a few copies of the best childrens books to every school library where Troy attends. It has really helped the other children understand Troy, and all of the children who have challenges, and to see them as the heroes they are.