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New Children Book to Change Kids Behavior through Fun Experi

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Kiryat Motzkin, Israel, on June 28, 2013 – Author Carmit Kagan has recently written a very interesting children book  “No No Shower” that focuses on some ideas about changing a kid’s bad behavior into a  good habit. The book is available on Amazon's Kindle Store.

This Kindle eBook is about a stubborn baby swan ‘Ron’ that does not feel interest in taking a bath in a lake with his family members resulting in his dirty appearance and body odor. He always refuses his parents’ request when it comes bath time that makes them worried especially when other animal children start avoiding their child. Finally, the swan’s parents have been able to change his behavior in a positive way with the wisdom of a smart owl.

Learn through Fun!

The writer has pictured nicely in the story about how parents can teach their kids’ good habits through fun experiences. The entire story motivates the young readers to maintaining personal hygiene.

J. Chambers, one of the TOP 50 REVIEWER has given a review: “It's a nice story; one that kids should enjoy, and hopefully learn a lesson about personal hygiene and why it matters.”

Carmit Kagan is a coach, speaker and empowerment workshop facilitator for groups with over 15 years of experience in teaching children, cultivating their sense of capability and increasing their daily motivation.

The uniqueness of Carmit's stories for children, is that parents can find in there many fun and creative ideas in order to face the most common challenges among children which is portrayed in “No No Shower”.

 “Little stories like this fill in the gaps when frustrations between parents and children arise, and Carmit Kagan has created a story that will affect both parent and child in changing behaviors in a positive way", said Grady Harp who is one of the TOP 50 REVIEWER and from the HALL OF FAME of Amazon.


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Name: Carmit Kagan     




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