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New On Line Store for Julie Federico Children’s Services Author

After growing weary of giving thousands of dollars to Amazon I decided to open my own online store. With the help of a gifted technical wizard David Csonka my store is now up and running! Thank you, David!

Customers can order from my site and save 30% off retail prices. Orders ship within 3 business days. Ebooks, coloring books and full color origional books are available.

To order books visit: https://squareup.com/store/childrens-services-author-julie-federico

I am starting to list the discount with coupon websites. RetailMeNot https://www.retailmenot.com is the first site that I am working with.

Hoping to share my prevention messages with parents/educators everywhere. There is no greater gift a parent can give a child than the gift of safety. How many times can one read Goodnight Moon? A lot because I frequented this book weekly sometimes daily with my kids. But after so many readings parents wonder, “Should I be teaching my kids something that will protect them and empower them?” When this thought comes read some prevention books with your kids. The messages are powerful, easy to understand and information that ALL children need.

I am ending childhood abuse, school violence and domestic violence one book at a time. Thank you for joining me in this rewarding work!

Julie Federico February 2019

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Celebrate with a .99 cent copy of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Have you got your copy of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT yet?  For the month of October the price is only ,99 cents for the ebook.

“True emotional intelligence is something recognized and respected but rarely taught and discussed, even among adults. The goal of this worthy project is to engage children in a safe, non-threatening exploration of complicated, often-frightening feelings. Federico lets kids know that anger is normal, though managing its expression can be complicated.

Clear language and child-friendly art invite a direct, straightforward examination of when anger is appropriate and how to safely express it through art, physical activity, tears. What’s not OK is hitting, biting, throwing and hurting. The book gently and clearly reminds its vulnerable audience that adults can find the journey just as tricky as children do. If an adult hurts a child or someone they love, Federico instructs her young readers that telling a trusted adult is a safe and right action for them to take.”                                   Blue Ink Review



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