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11,677 E-books on Bullying Given Away in 2 Days!
Humanistic Parenting expert Jennifer Hancock was surprised when her book, The Bully Vaccine, climbed to the top of Amazon’s book charts on Monday May 14th to become the 24th most popular free book on Amazon.
“My book clearly struck a nerve” Jennifer stated when asked about why she thought so many people downloaded the book. “With the rise in awareness of the problem of chronic bullying and parents being desperate to help their kids avoid the trauma of bullying, my book offers them a lifeline with easy to understand and implement skills parents can teach their kids to help them overcome bullying.”
Based on operant conditioning techniques Jennifer learned from her mother as well as from her experience as a dolphin trainer in Hawaii, The Bully Vaccine teaches parents practical ways they can protect their kids from bullying. These skills are so easy to learn even a kindergartner can understand them. As a mother herself, Jennifer taught these skills to her son when he was in kindergarten and he was easily able to put them into practice the very next day. And, yes, they worked, he even endorses her book.
When asked why she decided to give the book away Jennifer said, “I know my book can really help people, but I can’t help them if they don’t know my book exists. I decided to give my book away for two days as a way to get the word out about the availability of the book and to get it into the hands of people who really need the help.”
The Bully Vaccine is available in paperback and as a Kindle ebook. Details at: (http://thebullyvaccine.com) To learn more about how you can help your child cope with bullying download Jennifer’s free report: 7 Ways to Help Your Child Cope with Bullying at: http://thebullyvaccine.com/
About the author:
Jen Hancock – Humanistic Parenting expert: Jen helps parents focus on the real purpose of parenting: which is to teach our kids the skills they need to succeed in life. Whether the topic is bullying, choosing friends, being financially responsible, or simply why not to cheat, she makes difficult topics seem easy. Her advice is so practical it will leave you thinking, “Why didn’t I think of that?”