Book Launch Event for "Every Child Matters" by Jacqelle Lane

What: Join us for a Launch Event with Jacqelle Lane, author of Every Child Matters

When: Wednesday, June 1st from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m.

Where: The Bookworm, 2501 So. 90th St., Ste. 111
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It is a book about preparing children with social skills and coping skills for diverse circumstances and experiences, which will provide a fundamental base that prepares them for change and helps them develop self-confidence. It is crucial to encourage children to focus on the positives. While not all change is welcome, we can find the silver lining if we look hard enough. In terms of protecting a child from poor self-esteem and combating the side effects of bullying that a child might encounter, the number one defense is a stable and supportive home environment. For many reasons, sometimes this is not always possible. That is where we as a community can step in; however, if it is possible, a solid parent-child relationship requires a lot of effort and understanding. The relationship that parents develop with their children from infancy forms the basis of their social and emotional development. But it may not always be easy. Parents may find it difficult to bond with their children due to a child's changing mood and different challenges. In such situations, several factors need to be considered. For example, parents can work to understand them and help them cope with their problems effectively without being domineering.

Jacqelle Lane, the leading voice behind “Every Child Matters: Preventing Teenage Suicide and Reducing Bullying,” isn’t just any teacher; she’s the teacher everyone remembers, the one that goes above and beyond the day-to-day so that every kid doesn’t just feel special but know that they are special. A resident of Nebraska, Jacqelle has teaching endorsements in English and English as a Second Language and a master’s degree in Education Administration and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in school counseling. Her first book, FROM BULLY TO BESTIE, is a guide for students, teachers, parents, and counselors on strategies that students can use to cope with bullying behavior and create more positive behaviors along the way! She also has the only podcast dedicated to youth and suicide prevention called Education with an Edge available on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.


Event date: 

Wednesday, June 1, 2022 - 3:30pm to 6:00pm
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