Friends are the most important ingredient in the recipe of life

As we grow older, the world doesn’t stand still. Time passes quickly, so embrace each moment to make a new friend. The children’s book Haley’s Friendship Challenge is dedicated to children who have a hard time adjusting to change.

Haley’s Friendship Challenge is a beautifully illustrated story about a girl who moves to a new town. Unfortunately, she isn’t fitting in and she misses her old friends. For her birthday, Haley receives a much-coveted surprise that she shares with no one. However, her feelings change when she feels empathy for a neighborhood dog that has also lost her pals. After weeks of loneliness, Haley realizes that things are not getting better for either of them; it’s time to make new friends.

I urge you to read this lovely book!

Paperback: 54 pages
Publisher: Topaz Publishing
Language: English

Available on Amazon

About the author, Louie Lawent

I am the author of the children’s picture book “Gerty the Pig” which is in school systems across the U.S. The book is in the National Accelerated Readers program. My co-written song “Strangely Beautiful” was featured in the TV show “Famous In Love” and my co-write “Angels Of The New Millennium” was licensed to the TV show “Full Circle.” Ten of my co-writes were on Steve Goodie’s kids album “Refrigerator Art” CD. My co-write “One More Father’s Son” which is about a homeless veteran is on Grammy winner DL Byron’s “Satori” CD. “Slippery Forces”is on Boz Boorer’s CD “Some Of The Parts.” There’s a real cool video of “Slippery Forces” on youtube. I have numerous other song co-writes. I’m an excellent ping pong player and love to play beach volleyball.. I also a big time fan of the Green Bay Packers.

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Happy Book Lovers Day!


  1. This sounds like an excellent book especially for kids who are being bullied or feel alone. I would have loved reading this book when I was in high school. Good luck!

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