"Being Silly, Not a Bully, helps children learn valuable life skills about kindness, diversity, cultural differences, and inclusion. Upon reading the book, children and families around the world will want to connect at a deeper level."
Marie Diamond, Globally Renowned Transformational Leader
Help our children to flourish. To develop positive self-esteem and a strong sense of identity.
During this pandemic, we worry about the limited interaction our children have with their peers and its effect on their social skills.
Many children crave this time with their friends. However, the current pandemic has many nervous and concerned at the thought of it. Of course, you’re doing everything possible to keep them safe, happy, and distracted. Kids are resilient. As long as their needs are being met at home – they can thrive.
Many parents and educators are also anxious, overworked, and overwhelmed.
They need quick and easy resources to build a strong connection with their children. They need tools that make it easy to bring up the tough topics we are confronting today.
Now is the time to build a strong foundation of open communication - unconditional love and support by training our children to have strong morals and values. To ingrain self-confidence and emotional intelligence that will carry them through life.
Book one Being Silly, Not a Bully, from the Discovering The Difference book series, allows children to experience and resolve mean-spirited teasing and bullying.