Melissa Harker Ridenour Books

 


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What Would You Do?  A Kid's Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers Author: Melissa Harker Ridenour Illustrator: Leslie Fehling Publisher: Headline Books

What Would You Do? A Kid’s Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers
was recently honored as a Best Books Award Finalist USA Book News. The book can be purchased through and editorial reviews accessed on its listing on
Amazon. The book also can be purchased at Barnes & NobleBooks-A-Million, Follett, Ingrams, and Baker and Taylor.

In addition,information about and purchasing acquisition ofWhat Would You Do? A Kid’s Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers can be accessed at 
Headline Kids (Division of Headline Books, Inc.)

Additional information, purchasing access, and reviews and endorsements of What Would You Do? A Kid’s Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers can be found by scrolling down on a secondary page of
Headline Kids.

Child
safety is of paramount importance in today's increasingly threatening world. Safe children, rather than stranger danger, is the operative phrase and the goal of this book on kids' safety around strangers.

What Would You Do? A Kid’s Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers teaches and empowers children, in a non-threatening way, to take a proactive role in staying safe from predators and harm.

The concept of stranger is difficult for children to understand. What Would You Do? A Kid’s Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers explains to children the concept of strangers in a very kid-friendly way.

An interactive format of multiple choice solutions to potentially dangerous situations involving strangers creatively engages both children and parents and presents effective strategies for taking precautions and staying safe.


Games and puzzles in the book reinforce the lessons learned. A chapter for parents presents tactics for reassuring their children and protecting them from potential threat.
 

See What Would You Do? A Kid's Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers on the popular Book Club Reading List website.

Read my Author Interview with the Book Club Reading List.

Read the excellent Readers' Favorite review for What Would You Do? A Kid's Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers.


 The Bully and the Booger Baby: A Cautionary Tale Author: Melissa Harker Ridenour Illustrator: Shaun Crum

Bullying is a silent pandemic threat. The statistics on bullying in our schools, communities, and on the Internet are alarming. I would like to announce the release of my new children’s book that addresses this increasing concern, offering solutions for children, parents and schools alike.

The Bully and the Booger Baby: A Cautionary Tale is not only a fun and imaginative school story about a big bully, the kids he picks on, and a little boy robot who tries to lead the charge to stop the bullying problem in their school, but it is also an informational book. It includes two sections of researched and effective strategies and resources for children, parents, and teachers to help them better deal with today’s ever-increasing bullying problem.

The book is available now in paperback and Kindle on Amazon and also in paperback and Nook on Barnes and Noble and in paperback format on Books-A-Million. It is also available in the Ingrams and Baker & Taylor catalogues.

See The Bully and The Booger Baby: A Cautionary Tale listed on the popular Book Club Reading List website.

Read my Author Interview with the Book Club Reading List.

Read the excellent Readers' Favorite review for The Bully and the Booger Baby: A Cautionary Tale.


View book trailer videos

 

 The author offers school workshops for What Would You Do? A Kid's Guide to Staying Safe in a World of Strangers and for The Bully and the Booger Baby: A Cautionary Tale.


To schedule a workshop, contact the publisher or the author.

Publisher: Headline Books, Inc.
cathy@headlinebooks.com

Author: Melissa Harker Ridenour
mizzy300@comcast.net

MicrosoftPublisher is required to view the brochure link below:

Informational Brochure on School Workshops 

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School Workshop Flyer

Microsoft Word can be used to view the workshop informational link below:

School Workshop Information
 
Information about the book, this website, or school workshops can also be accessed through:

info@authormelissaharkerridenour.com
 
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Subscribe to my The Bully and the Booger Baby Blog Buzz, based on my new children's anti-bullying book, The Bully and the Booger Baby: A Cautionary Tale. You will find helpful information and strategies for children, parents, and schools to cope with the bullying problem.

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