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Holiday Gift For Children With An Important Message

The Most Important Holiday Gift for Children Are you still seeking one more present for your little one? Some Parts are NOT for Sharing is a children’s book for readers 0-9 years old. This is probably the most important holiday gift that a parent can give a child, the gift of safety. This book teaches children […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. “15.5 million children in the United States live in families in which partner violence occurred at least once in the past year.” – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Violent Childhood Experiences and the Risk of Intimate Partner Violence in Adults, 2003. https://safehouse-denver.org/domestic-violence/information/children.html This static rattles me every time I report it. […]

Fall is here, protect your children

As school is back in session and your children are meeting new teachers and people it is important to review body safety rules with them for the upcoming year. You may be asking, “What is body safety?” Good question. Body safety is teaching children that their body is their own. No one should touch them in […]

Blue Ink Review on Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT

Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT  Blue Ink Review Julie K. Federico Tate Publishing, 28 pages, (paperback) $8.99, 9781618622273 (Reviewed: July, 2012) Anger is OKAY, Violence is NOT, written by Julie Federico and illustrated by Glori Alexander, is a thoughtful, much-needed addition to pre-school teachers’ and social workers’ libraries. With vibrant, TV-cartoon-like illustrations and simple, […]

New children’s book demystifies school violence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact: Marketing Services Tel: 1-866-928-1240 Fax: 812-961-3133 Email: pressreleases@westbowpress.com (When requesting a review copy please provide a street address) New children’s book demystifies school violence ‘Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe’ teaches children how to prevent, report school violence DENVER, Colo. – According to the […]

May release of new children’s book Friends are Wonderful

Friends are Wonderful will be released nationwide on May 6, 2014. This book is now available through Tate Publishing. https://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-62994-434-0 This book is for children preschool to 5th grade.  It is a friendship manual that describes childhood relationships and teaches children what to do when they have bad friend days.  The book is fun and […]

101 Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention

Today’s domestic violence resource link is made possible by Ryanne Gardiner Content Editor @SocialWrkDegree. 101 Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention: http://www.socialworkdegree.net/domestic-violence-prevention Ryanne has worked diligently to compile domestic violence resources from around the nation. I have not seen a more comprehensive list! Thank you to Ryanne for sharing the list and completing all of […]

New Release March 2014

After 15 months in production Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe will be released in March by West Bow Press. This book is the second in my school violence prevention series. The Bad Guys was the first book, The Bad Guys is for readers in preschool to 3rd grade.  Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe […]

Group Author Book Signing: March 29, 2014

Multiple Denver Authors will be at the Tradesmart on 3/29/14 Come by and support local authors from 1-3pm. Event Date: March 29, 2014 Event Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m. Location: Tradesmart 8500 West Crestline Ave. Littleton, CO 80123 Phone: (303) 904-2672 Map Link: http://www.thetradesmart.com/locations.html Welcome to Tradesmart. Let us turn your unwanted entertainment into CASH or EVEN […]

Letter to Colorado General Assembly regarding domestic violence legislation

I attended a rally with Mom’s Demand Action in October.  They asked the group to write letters to Senator’s and Representatives at the Colorado General Assembly.  It has taken me some time, better late than never.  Below is my letter you can cut and paste this and send it to your representative.  They need to hear […]