Pam Withers, Co-Author of Jump-Starting Boys, Will Share Her Top Tips for Heading Back to School this Monday at University Bookstore

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Withers will share practical and inspired ways to help boys succeed academically, drawing from her newly published book Jump-Starting Boys (Viva Editions).

Jump-Starting Boys: Help Your Reluctant Learner Find Success in School and Life by Pam Withers and Cynthia Gill

Pam Withers, co-author of Jump-Starting Boys, will share her specialized knowledge of helping boys succeed in school and life on Monday at University Bookstore in Seattle. Pam will present her top tips on parenting boys and helping them get excited about learning, and make sure parents have all the knowledge they need to get ready for the new school year.

In a recent article, Pam and her co-author Cynthia Gill share their top tips on limiting screen time for children without coming across as a tyrant. Psych Central's Margarita Tartakovsky interviewed the education and parenting experts to compile seven hands-on tips that every parent can use to ensure that their children don't get sucked into too much television time. Simple steps like being interested in what kids are watching and having children earn screen time can have a huge impact on their media consumption, and still keep the household relatively conflict-free.

For more practical information on parenting and education, join Pam and Cynthia at their upcoming public events to celebrate the release of their new guide:

Pam Withers at University Bookstore, Seattle, WA
August 12, 2013, 7pm

Pam Withers at The Athenian School, Danville, CA
September 16, 2013

Pam Withers at San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, CA
September 17, 2013, 5:30-6:30pm

Pam Withers at Towne Center Books, Pleasanton, CA
September 18, 2013, 7pm

Pam Withers at Books Inc, Palo Alto, CA
September 19, 2013 7-8pm

Cynthia Gill at Barnes and Noble, Minnetonka, MN 55305
October 10, 2013, 7-9pm

What people are saying about Jump-Starting Boys:

"An excellent contribution to the existing body of literature, full of practical tips on how parents can help their sons achieve their best academically."
—Library Journal (starred review), Julia M. Reffner

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