This summer, I led my first four-session reading series and shared all of my books. It was a lot of fun! Kids of all ages and parent partners took part in the character-building reading and sharing.
In the new respect picture book, "The Nice, New Karate Kid," the main character children deal with disrespect and trouble. Here are the details about this book that promotes traditional values like respect!
How can a picture book author help kids struggling? The aim is to give kids lifelong tools for recognizing and dealing with anger.
About a fun release party which provided an opportunity to interact with the message of a new children's book that teaches about respect.
While preparing for the launch party for “The Nice, New Karate Kid,” I needed a good antonym for the word trouble. And it had to be in regards to an antidote for the type of Trouble monster that plagued the new karate kid. This was no easy task!
If I had to fight some of the antagonists from my picture book series, Disrespect and Trouble would be the last ones I’d choose.
See many details about "The Nice, New Karate Kid," the fourth book in the children's picture book series of Dojo Kun Character Books.
A child of 80s, a painfully quiet girl, and an “old soul” who struggled to fit in with her peers. Then her parents divorced when she was five years old. This is the story of Jenifer Tull-Gauger.
"If you look up the meaning of “character” you can find many different definitions. Here, we explore the question, "What is character?
Dojo Kun Character Books books help readers recognize and fight negative character traits such as laziness and procrastination. Instead, they learn to build good character.