Friday, August 2, 2013

Whilly Bermudez Publishes First In A Series Of Positive & Inspirational Children’s Books

Whilly Bermudez Publishes First In A Series Of
Positive & Inspirational Children’s Books

Critically acclaimed children’s book aims at instilling the value of good deeds in children. Book Signing Event planned for Miami Lakes, Florida.

MIAMI, FLORIDA, August 5, 2013, Many people think it is about time that a children’s book was published that has the ability to skillfully instill positive and inspirational values. Whilly Bermudez has stepped-up to the plate with his latest book entitled, “WB & The 10 Good Things”. Whilly has authored a brilliantly conceived illustrated book for children ages 5-8. This is a “feel-good” book that parents will enjoy sharing with their kids.

With all of the negative images and stereotypes shown in all media, this new children’s book is a breath of fresh air. The author has a writing style that makes the child feel that they are part of the story. There isn’t a parent anywhere who hasn’t marveled over their experience of reading “WB & The 10 Good Things” to their kids. In this book holds the secret of instilling in a subtle manner, a very profound message. Whilly strategically uses a “Grandfather figure”, to be the character in the story that develops the message.

“WB & The 10 Good Things” uses a “sweater” as a mechanism to transform a little boy into a super hero. The young reader can easily relate to the “Grandfather figure” and the “sweater”. Our main character, WB, is the stereotypical little fella, oblivious to the moral opportunities that abound all around him. Once he puts on the sweater his grandfather gave him, presto.......he is a superhero with the ability to fully understand the good in everyone, and how doing right should be done just for its own sake.

In this world where people show contempt for superheroes of compassion, WB must make the decision to not be influenced by the negativity of others, as the kids at school make fun of him. His lesson is learned when the magical sweater is damaged, and he fears he has lost his superhero powers, only to learn that the sweater really had no magical powers, that the magic came from within.

Whilly Bermudez has scheduled a Book-Signing Event befitting a superhero. Parents and kids are invited to come-on down to Don Shula’s Athletic Club, at 15150 Bull Run Rd., Miami Lakes, FL 33014, on October 5th, 2013, from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Imagine what a thrill it will be for the kids to meet the book’s main character - “WB”, and get a signed copy of the book, and a photo with him to cherish forever. Activities will also be featured like Rock Climbing and Face Painting.

It should be no great surprise that the author is a genuine nice guy. Whilly Bermudez is not just a successful American entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is also an author with a tremendous

hunger to help others, supporting various causes and donating to them throughout the year. He is the founder of “Ignite Social Help”, a global movement set in motion to help heal and inspire others in the world through the broadcast of inspirational posts and updates via social media. A novel approach to spreading hope and understanding. The world can surely benefit by having more people of the caliber of Whilly Bermudez.

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Media Contact: Ben Castro

WB & The 10 Good Things
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Thursday, August 1, 2013



Miami, Florida  – Local kids can meet the hero of a new illustrated children’s book, “WB & The 10 Good Things,” at a special event on Saturday October 5th.

WB, the book’s main character will be wearing his magical sweater and posing for photos with everyone who attends. The book’s creator and author, Whilly Bermudez, will also be present to autograph copies.

It all takes place at Shula’s Athletic Club, 15150 Bull Run Road, Miami Lakes between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. along with rock climbing, rides face painting, and other activities.

“WB & The 10 Good Things” was created for children ages five through eight and tells the story of a little boy who doesn’t pay much attention to others until his trusted and kindly grandfather gives him a magical sweater. WB dons the sweater and instantly becomes a superhero who goes to the aid of a girl being bullied, helps a boy with his backpack and assists a girl on crutches. WB is proud of his achievements in spite of other kids who poke fun at him and don’t appreciate a compassionate superhero.

In the book’s moving climax WB loses his special powers when he tears his sweater rescuing a cat stuck in a tree. The lesson he learns is that being a superhero has nothing to do with the ‘magical’ sweater but that it’s a belief in himself and the value of acting lovingly towards others that counts the most.

Says Whilly Bermudez, the marketing entrepreneur and philanthropist who is the creator and face behind WB, “My mission is to instill and encourage positive living in young children of all ages and young people all over the world. The lesson in this book is that the best kind of life is one spent in recognition of the significance of others. I hope that we will have the opportunity to share that message with a lot of kids at this special event.”

“WB & The 10 Good Things is Whilly’s second book following the success of “WB & The Ring of Power.” Whilly, affectionately known as “the WB”, is the founder of WB Media, a national marketing and web development firm with an impressive portfolio and client base. One of the best-known marketers in South Florida, Whilly has developed business concepts for clients since 1997 and produced more than 1,000 events and live shows. He has received endorsements from educational institutions as well as major newspapers and organizations.

Driven by a hunger to help, Whilly combines all that he does with charitable causes. In one of his philanthropic endeavors he founded Ignite Social Hope, an online global movement to help heal and inspire people throughout the world through inspirational posts and updates. WB Kids donates books annually to children and families in need to foster a joy of reading among the most at-risk youngsters.

Says Whilly, “We are only on the earth for a fragment of time, and we cannot wait for a ‘defining moment.’ All moments define us. We should spend all of our time moving towards love, happiness, and making our mark in the world through good deeds.”

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