Did you know that you have a superpower? Kitty didn’t, until she was bullied at school—then she discovered the superpower that made her POWERFUL!
POWERFUL is real. It’s an anti-bullying, confidence-exploding, NLP-enriched story, song and action book. Children as young as three and older learn how to deal with bad, scared, sad or mad feelings... and feel powerful as human beings in everyday life. For more information, visit www.powerful.rocks
"Powerful is incredible. We are introducing it into our syllabus for all our grades."
Mandi Defries | Parent | Principal Minnie Bersohn Pre- Primary School
"Your Powerful anti-bullying system is ground breaking. It puts the kids in their power. I believe it will be massive, a worldwide phenomenon."
Tanya Sachs | Parent | International Professional Image Consultant, Trainer and Speaker
"...The anti-bullying concepts were mind blowing. Really a whole new way of thinking for me."
Jodi Neu-Ner | Parent | Lawyer
"Powerful is an extraordinary piece of work. It tackles the issue of bullying in a loving, constructive and sensitive way and will undoubtedly make a difference in the lives of all children who are blessed to read it. A must-buy for every parent."
Leemor Daniel Lombard | Parent | Owner of iplayilearn.co.za
Layout & Design:
Brand Contact: Nicci van Lingen
219mm X 222mm
Colour cover, full colour throughout
CD with Audiobook, Read-Along and Powerful song
Within her role as a publisher for Intersoft, she ghost-wrote The Right Mind for Golf and From the Classroom: Microsoft IT Academy, as well as created the Southern African IT editions of the IDG …For Dummies series, and Que Publishing’s 10 Minute Guides.
As a publisher with her own company, ada enup (which stands for A Daring Adventure to Enchant and Uplift), she publishes books with content that has almost always never been published before, books that have a major impact within their relevant areas in South Africa. These books include the first ever book for the South African music industry, The South African Music Business, a nearly 700 page tome by producer and lecturer Jonathan Shaw that covers all areas of the industry and has become known as the ‘bible’ of the SA music industry; Taxi Hand Signs, the first and only book for millions of SA mini-taxi commuters that collates hand signs and destinations, researched and illustrated by international fine artist Susan Woolf; AmaZizi: The Dlamini of Southern Africa, again the first book to comprehensively tackle the genealogy, history and culture of the AmaZizi people and related groups; and the National Eisteddfod Academy Anthology, which was the first book to contain poetry graded and style-classified in all 11 official South African languages, as well as the first to have a comprehensive essay on how to teach praise poetry. Through ada enup, Alicia also supports universities, tertiary educators, lecturers and writers who wish to self-publish with advice and publishing.
As a writer, Alicia has lately been channeling her work through her publishing company. She has authored short stories Cheery Red, The Mysterious Jagg, Options and poetry book I Spy . She has collaborated on an art book with fine artist Lesley Anne Price, where her words were written to complement Price’s photography. Her upcoming releases are Innerone, which has already garnered much advance praise and will be released in the States, and The Newborn Baby Checkbook, which came out of her own experiences of being a typically ignorant new parent.
Alicia is currently working on the taboo topics children's series, notably Powerful II; a history, a fantasy and new editions of several of her author's books.
Karin Arbuthnot is an illustrator, artist, designer, landscaper, photographer and volunteer firefighter. She designed ada enup's logo in 1999, created the coat-of-arms for Amazizi: the Dlamini of Southern Africa, illustrated Lana Jacobson's A Good Night's Sleep (also published by ada enup) and is currently working on Powerful II-The Dog's Life, the next book in the Powerful series. She lives in Cape Town.