Empowering Children Through Books

I’m always on the lookout to share great resources to support children and teens. This month you are in for a treat, as we will be doing a spotlight feature on three books authored by, Kimberly King.

Let’s kick it off with, Finding Your Fit. Guest blogger, Kimberly King 

In collaboration with Jim White, fitness expert, Finding Your Fit is the perfect book to introduce the topic of health and wellness to children. Finding Your Fit is a kid to kid guide to fitness, food, and feelings.

The storyline of Finding Your Fit is engaging and defines basic terminology in a way that is easy to comprehend for children. Children identify with the main character Gabby, as she learns to live a healthy lifestyle and develop positive self-esteem. Woven through the story are talking points and reflective journaling writing opportunities where children can express their thoughts and emotions. Parents can gather valuable information through this form of communication. Finding Your Fit opens the lines of communication and support that children often lack as they begin to develop self-esteem and identity.

Bibliotherapy is a valuable intervention for helping children cope with stressors and can provide structured communication between caregivers and children. Get ahead of self-esteem, nutrition, stress, and body image issues before they strike. This book encourages your child to learn positive, healthy habits that will last. An easy to use, kid-friendly guide to help your child feel good again. It is a great intervention tool for children who may have already fallen into bad habits. It’s never too early, or late, to find your fit!

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About the Author:

Kimberly King left her traditional job as a kindergarten teacher to write books for children on difficult and often emotional topics. Kimberly King is a child-development professional, certified early-childhood educator, and darkness2light.org sexual abuse prevention Stewards of Children facilitator. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood development and family studies from the University of Maine and a Master of Science degree in early childhood education. King is the author of three kid-to-kid guides:

King lives with her family in Connecticut and is available for media trainings, interviews, school visits, and author signings.

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