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Who is Herman the Bean?

Herman is probably the nicest jelly bean you’ll ever meet. He may be small, but his dreams are as big as they come. If Herman decides to do something, there’s no stopping him; unless of course someone needs his help. Herman the Bean is a lot like a human being, he makes mistakes, but he knows what it means to never give up, or give in to a few setbacks. In fact, Herman’s motto is included in every one of his adventurous tales, and will be a constant theme in every future book.

The Motto of Herman the Bean

“CAN’T is a coward, but TRY is a king.”

That is the motto of Herman the Bean.

Sometimes you win, and sometimes you lose,

and sometimes what happens is not up to you.

But trying is something you can choose to do.

So why not choose trying, if that’s up to you?

It may seem that everything Herman Bean tries,

turns out for the best in his storybook rhymes.

But life doesn’t always happen that way,

the skies may be sunny, but sometimes they’re gray.

There’s ups, and there’s downs, and there’s even sideways,

and nobody’s perfectly perfect always.

So just keep on trying the best that you can,

and if you should fall, then get up again.

And brush off the dust just like Herman would do.

He never stops trying, and neither should you.

The Adventures of Herman the Bean – “Jump-Bean to Conclusions is sure to inspire, encourage, entertain, and delight readers of all ages. Herman reminds us we’re all human, and we all make mistakes, but that life isn’t about falling down, it’s about getting up and trying again.

Herman’s adventures are written using fun and simple rhymes which are structured to teach as well as entertain. The style has been compared to Dr. Seuss books, but with slightly easier rhyming patterns. This children’s book is sure to be enjoyed by children of all ages, and probably many adults as well. We may even venture to say it will become a classic collectable.

©2014 Robert Hosking (P)2014 Robert Hosking

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