While I wrote the early drafts of the text, I struggled with what to call the kid behind the maltreatment. This turned into the evolution of what to call a bully.
About "The Think, Then Do Karate Kid," the 5th book in the series, a children's character-building book about impulsiveness and self-control.
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.)
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!
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.
This fourth book in a series is about a kid who has disrespect and trouble. The main idea and purpose is that this book promotes respect.
My kids’ karate picture book helps children learn about Procrastination, but here, we learn a bit more about who Procrastination likes and doesn’t like.
A blog drawing interpretation contest where one lucky (and skilled) winner will get a copy of "Coloring Fun with the Can-Do Karate Kid" coloring 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.