Joan Van Blarcom Releases ‘No Big Deal’

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Book shows kids that there is no need to fear middle school.

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As a middle school teacher the author Joan Van Blarcom has observed the many problems that children faced upon entering middle school. “No Big Deal” (published by AuthorHouse) encompasses most of these problems and lends for a conversation with teachers, parents and their children to make their first few weeks in middle school easier.

“No Big Deal “is a book to open up the conversation with one’s child/children who are ready to enter into middle school. This puts the issues they will encounter out in the open to be introduced and discussed before problems occur. It is designed to show students that it is no big deal when one starts on one’s journey into middle school. It is an easy tool for parents and teachers who are trying to take the fear out of a really wonderful time in a child’s life.

It is the perfect book for teachers and parents to take the fear out of beginning middle school. It is perfect to give one’s child or student’s peace of mind on their journey to a good education.

“No Big Deal”
By Joan Van Blarcom
Softcover | 8.5x8.5 in | 30 pages | ISBN 9781504985673
E-Book | 30 pages | ISBN 9781504985680
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Joan Van Blarcom began her career as a first-grade teacher in Willingboro, New Jersey. She later became a Title 1 teacher for the Pennsbury School District in Yardley, Pennsylvania. When the school system changed from junior high schools to middle Schools, she became an eighth-grade reading teacher. She and her husband retired in 2000 and moved to Las Vegas, where she taught English for Nevada State College and the College of Southern Nevada.

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