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Krickett Jones Halpern Instills the Value of Patience and Resilience in a One-of-a-kind Children’s Book

In “Bounce Back Like a Ball,” the author uniquely teaches young readers how to deal with life’s challenges.

Encino, California, 91316, USA – WEBWIRE

As a Child Development Specialist, Krickett Jones Halpern believes in the power and importance of channeling the creativity and imagination of young minds to make way for learning and interaction as they grow. Her career lets her use creative arts as an intervention to aid in their development especially in expression, coping skills, and confidence. This time, she channels that technique through her storytelling prowess.
“Bounce Back Like a Ball” follows a short and inspiring story of a young girl who wonderfully builds her resilience through learning different coping strategies, how to take turns, and most of all, experience real compassion and happiness for other kids. After learning these valuable lessons, she puts them into practice by encouraging and guiding a friend to do the same. Together, they also learn the value of patience in the classroom and with their peers.
Indeed, this book packs a lot of lessons for every young reader to discover, learn, and keep. Soon, Jones Halpern’s “Bounce Back Like a Ball,” will join the exciting 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 13-14, 2019. Happening at the University of Southern California, her inspiring and encouraging children’s book will be displayed alongside many other book titles from different genres. Don’t miss it! 
Bounce Back Like a Ball
Written by: Krickett Jones Halpern
Published by: Kindle Direct Publishing
Published date: October 25, 2018
Paperback Price: $11.95
About the Author
Krickett Jones Halpern is a Child Development Specialist and founder of Drum to LEARN, Inc. and Making the Arts Real for Youth, m.a.r.y. foundation; both using the creative arts as vehicles to help guide children develop healthy methods of expression, coping skills, and greater confidence. In 1996, Krickett received her bachelor’s degree in Child Development from California State University of Northridge. She has more than 25 years of experience working with young children. Using her creativity through art and drumming, she builds and improves social and emotional skills among children from the ages of 2 - 5 years. Krickett’s passion includes guiding children to think for themselves, cope with their emotions, foster their wholeness and experience overall well-being. She lives in Encino, California, with her husband Richard and two sons Jaivin and Sterling.

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