No Bullies Allowed! Hop on the Energy Bus and Create a Positive School Year

(PRWEB) August 27, 2012

First day jitters and excitement are a part of every kid’s school year. They wonder Will I like my new teacher? Who will I sit next to? Will I make new friends? Will I have any trouble with my homework or other classmates? To keep kids looking forward to the positive aspects of everyday, author Jon Gordon has created an illustrated adaptation of his bestselling fable “The Energy Bus,” taking children on an enlightening and inspiring ride that will positively impact them at school and home.

The Energy Bus for Kids: A Story about Staying Positive and Overcoming Challenges (Wiley, August 2012; Hardcover and ebook; $ 16.95; ISBN: 978-1-118-28735-4) follows, George, a regular kid having a bad day. He woke up sleepy, skipped breakfast, nearly missed his bus and is teased by bullies at school. But when Joy, the bus driver, puts on the brakes and invites him on board, his attitude starts to change.

Joy helps George understand that he has the power to choose his attitude. She also teaches him that he has the power to keep bullies away and how to deal with them the next time he is picked on. She shows George that if he believes in himself, has a positive vision for the future, and fuels his ride with positive energy, he’ll find the strength to overcome any challenge.

“The Energy Bus for Kids” parable format shows children how to overcome negativity, bullies, and everyday challenges to be their best and share their positive energy with others. It also explores five rules for the “Ride of Your Life” including:


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