'JANGALA TRIBAL WARRIORS' Authors Set for Newark Public Library, 3/27
This month, the authors of Jangala Tribal Warriors: Living, Growing and Learning From The Heart, Sherry Blair and Nancy Azevedo Bonilla, will be hosting a special celebration in honor of the children's book. "Jangala Day" will be celebrated on Thursday, March 27th at Newark Public Library. Children, parents, and educators are invited to stop by a nd meet the authors at 10:00 AM, 1:30 PM, and 4:30 PM. There will be book readings, books for sale, book signings and giveaways for all those attending. The purpose of "Jangala Day" at Newark Public Library is a preventative measure against bullying starting with kindergarten classes. The book for children ages 3 to 8 was written with the purpose of spreading positive psychology and teaching "heart centered language" in the lives of children.
Jangala Tribal Warriors: Living, Growing and Learning From The Heart is the first of a series designed to increase children's capacity to handle their feelings, and conflicts while building healthy and strong relationships. The concepts are based on positive psychology, Nurtured Heart(R) language and rational thinking skill building. Two of the younger characters, Nina and Gabby get entangled in a conflict that stemmed from teasing and we learn how the entire tribe stands together to make change for the better in their Jangala-a magical rainforest where peaceful, loving communities and tribes are the norm and expectation.
Pick up Jangala Tribal Warriors: Living, Growing and Learning From the Heart by Sherry A. Blair and Nancy Azevedo Bonilla and the supplemental facilitator's guide with Kelly Hollywood-Lehman for your children, classroom or organization on Amazon.com. (English and Bi-Lingual versions)