Happy Friday! I couldn't let this week pass without officially letting you know that two of my books have won 2015 Legacy awards - I'm Not Just Gifted and Parenting the Shy Child. According to their website, "The TAGT Legacy Book® Awards honor outstanding books published in the United States that have long-term potential for … Continue reading Celebrations are in Order
Happy Holidays everyone! I can't believe 2014 is nearly over. And with the new year starting, comes all sorts of excitement. New books, new dreams, new goals. All very exciting. One of my New Year's goals is to be around the blog a bit more. But, that can't happen until I finish up this month … Continue reading OOhhh….look what’s coming…
I have so much to share with all of you! The first 6 months of 2015 brings 5 NEW TITLES in both nonfiction and fiction. Yep, that's right... FIVE Check it out: Indie and Proud (Late Jan/Early Feb) - Coaching for writer's to help you stay creative in the midst of the ever-changing … Continue reading A peek into 2015!
In honor of the release of Quiet Kids: Help Your Introverted Child Succeed in an Extroverted World, I wanted to bring you a little Q&A about introversion. As part of the research for this book, I interviewed hundreds of parents and educators of introverts and took their questions and answered them through the book. This … Continue reading Quiet Kids Q&A
I am so happy to announce the official release of my book, Quiet Kids. This book, in addition to being the book I wish I had read as a child, speaks to introversion in children, pulling on the latest research in the area and providing parents and educators strategies to help support introverted children. As … Continue reading Understanding Introverted Children: The Release of Quiet Kids
Welcome to our first Book Review of the new year. For this post, educational writer Barbara Jolie brings four books about friendship for younger readers. Take it away Barbara: Back to school is an exciting time for everyone; new classes, new teachers, new clothes and new responsibilities. Sometimes our friendships are even new. Learning how … Continue reading 4 Books About Friendships for Young Kids