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CHILDRENS BOOKS

Angela Brent-Harris

New Book Teaches Children
their Actions have Consequences

Palm Beach School County Elementary School Teacher Angela Brent-Harris pens children’s story about naughty boy named Devon

Popular television shows like Nick Jr.’s award winning program, Yo Gabba Gabba!, instill America’s youth with important life lessons. In the song “Don’t Bite Your Friends,” children learn to treat their friends with respect. To further help teach children lessons about positive behaviors, Sunrise Park Elementary School teacher Angela Brent-Harris has penned Naughty Little Boy (published by AuthorHouse).

“Children nowadays have no boundaries and basically do whatever they want,” says Brent-Harris. “I see this everyday in supermarkets and other random places, as well as in schools as an educator.”

Devon was a naughty little boy who was a troublemaker and did not know how to behave. One day he got up early and snuck out of his house without his mother’s permission. Instead, Devon decided to go on a bout of destruction. He was on a spree of no-good until he got caught and punished. Because of his poor choices, he had to deal with the consequences of his actions.

“For a child, being allowed to randomly break the rules without suffering the consequences teaches them that they can do whatever they want and get away with it, creating discipline and authority figure issues when they are young,” Brent-Harris explains. “This may create even larger problems for the child as an adult when they discover too late that another word for rule is law, and another word for consequence is prison.”

Young readers are sure to enjoy reading Naughty Little Boy as they follow Devon and his often comical, mischievous actions. However, as they read, they will soon learn valuable lessons about the adult world, instilling in them lessons about proper behavior.

About the Author

Young readers are sure to enjoy reading Naughty Little Boy as they follow Devon and his often comical, mischievous actions. However, as they read, they will soon learn valuable lessons about the adult world, instilling in them lessons about proper behavior.

Naughty Little Boy childrens book

Purchase Naughty Little Boy children's book online today.


About Angela Brent-Harris

Angela Brent-Harris childhood home

My story is that I grew up in Montego Bay, Jamaica, where I was in-sync with the nature of the ravishingly beautiful sunshine Island. I was a very happy-go-lucky little girl growing up. Nothing really seemed to bother me.

I was the youngest of three children and I was a quite a little comedian. I was a tomboy who enjoyed climbing trees, playing soccer, hunting crabs, catching crayfish in the river, and spending myriad hours at the beach. I ran 100 meter sprints and relays, played badminton, and indulged in creative dancing.

I had a passion for writing short stories which was one of my favorite pastimes. I also wrote poems, as well as entered poetry recital competitions and won medals for my school. I delighted in calligraphy and had such an excitement for reading. I enjoyed books like Tom Sawyers, Huckleberry Finn, and Mills and Boone romance novels. I also loved to cook and bake. I began cooking at the age of eight.

I received a degree from the University of South Carolina in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Administration, and later Elementary Education at Florida Atlantic University.

About Angela Brent-Harris's Family

Angela Brent-Harris childhood Photo

My family and I reside in Boca Raton, Florida. It’s peaceful and serene. Now and then we take pleasure in the surroundings by going fishing or taking spontaneous nature walks. My family is a vital part of who I am. I have two teenage sons with calm dispositions who are my pride and joy. My father was a man of integrity, and he lives is my heart forever. He instilled in us a core value system that defined who he was. My mother is an idealistic. She is a retired business owner. She has a green-thumb and is an ardent lover of orchids and exotic plants and flowers. She craves art and loves antiques. My parents were married for 50 years and then my dad passed peacefully from stage 4 colon cancer. I know about profound love by the means of my parents over the years. Their relationship was a primary example of everlasting love. My brother passed away in his thirties. He was the eldest, and he was very protective of his sisters. He loved us immensely. I am fortunate to have my sister living close-by. She is conscientious and reliable. We were always mistaken for twins while growing up, especially since we’re a year apart. We have a very special and close relationship.


EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact
Robert Stanfield
Tel: 561-338-7594
Fax: 561-300-3735
Email: Robert@BocaRaton.com



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