Author Archives: ADK Story Books

About ADK Story Books

Angel Krishna is a fun-loving mom, a great friend and wife with a silly side, who believes that imagination is a gift. She loves when children tell a story, how their eyes widen, their hands move every which way and their voice fills with excitement. Angel encourages parents to listen to their children and to communicate with an open mind and a full heart. She reminds herself and those around her to enjoy life, always move forward and be creative.

Self-publishing Picture Books with Angel Krishna: The Hindsight Interview

Originally published on Hindsight Did you leave a job to become an Entrepreneur? No, I did not. What is the name of your current project / company? Gabby’s Space Adventure! Please describe for us in 1 sentence your current project. … Continue reading

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Time-sharing with other parents

Ok, here is a nifty idea! You can start a time-sharing pool with the parents in your neighborhood or your kids’ school. As the time-share captain, you can share time watching the kids of the other parents. They will also … Continue reading

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Children’s Author Says Imagination is Taken for Granted

Kansas City children’s author Angel Krishna uses her imagination every day when dreaming up her new books, and she believes imagination is something parents need to cultivate from a very young age. “We take “imagination” for granted,” Krishna says. “We … Continue reading

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#KidLit #BookReview: Gabby’s Space Adventure

Gabby’s Space Adventure has been released on paperback! Check out the first review! BOOK REVIEW ***** 5 Stars Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers’ Favorite Gabby’s Space Adventure by Angel Krishna is an inspiring, well written children’s … Continue reading

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Stimulating Your Child’s Brain

I love when a parent lets their children jump in puddles, play with mud, pick up frogs, and climb trees. Outdoor activities are so fun for your child. A child’s brain wants and needs stimulation to help it grow. Let’s get those motors started! Continue reading

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Children’s Author Angel Krishna on Teaching Kids Values Through Books

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Allowing Your Kids to Help at Home

Let’s get your kids helping at home By teaching your kids to help around the house, they will become more hands-on and independent. This will build and strengthen their thought process, follow-through skills, independent thinking, creative thinking, and sense of responsibility. … Continue reading

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Have you heard of the Genius Kid App?

Originally posted on Segilola Salami Children’s Corner Well, what to do?  Should parents use an educational app for their kiddos? Sure! Educational apps should have many choices and opportunities to learn in a productive way.  The app should cultivate the … Continue reading

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Teaching Your Kids to Be Willing to Learn

Being willing to learn! This is a relatively simple thing to teach your little ones – lead by example. From firsthand knowledge with my kids, I discovered that I had to be willing to learn myself. I had to show that learning … Continue reading

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Chit-Chat Jar: Communication with Your Kids

  Let’s get your kids talking and sharing their thoughts with you by making a “Chit-Chat Jar.” How fun is this! Find/buy a jar or container. Make sure the jar is clear so the kiddos can see what’s inside. Write topics on … Continue reading

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