These books' titles include negative character traits, as well as positive traits, so that children may learn to recognize them, and thus fight them.
Jenifer's character-building children's books are now on display to browse and purchase in Chandler, AZ. (Applies to the English-based books in this character-building series.)
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.
The color tests for the protagonists and antagonists are one of my favorite parts of illustrating. Here are my Quitting monster illustration color tests.
The quitting monster says it would be so easy. Just stop, just for now, it’s so nice and dark and safe and comfortable to hide in a little pill bug ball. Isn’t it easier to do that any time life throws obstacles in our way?
Read the answers to these interview questions: What was the most difficult part of writing your book? What is the most fun part of writing your book?
The child main characters, Michi and Makoto, and I myself, are all daydreaming and talking about a lot of the same things on our picture book adventure.
Michi is a girl who’s front and center in my second kids’ karate picture book, “The Two True Karate Kids.” Today we get to find out what is on Michi’s garden list.
The plot of Jenifer Tull-Gauger's new children's picture book includes karate and the adoption of a dog. Its publication will be celebrated with Karate with your Dog at the launch party.
Earlier this year, I was privileged to have an art critique session with Mel Narish for my second Dojo Kun Character Book. This picture book for kids just came out in hardcover. It’s called "The Two True Karate Kids" and is about battling dishonesty. Anyway, here’s a peek at how my meeting with Mel went.