MIRAMAR, Fla. (PRWEB) February 15, 2018
Claudia Elaine Kellier marks her publishing debut with the release of “Hold On to Your Tree: How It Started” (published by AuthorHouse), a self-improvement book chronicling her educational journey to alleviate her child’s academic challenges. This guide is offered to parents and educators to assess children’s issues with regards to their learning environment.
Kellier noticed her child’s undesirable behavior in her preparatory school years. This then triggered a doctoral journey “to ensure a more conducive learning climate for not only my child but to sensitize others about the importance of being involved in their children’s learning environment, and never at any time think to themselves that it is the responsibility of the school.”
“Hold On to Your Tree: How It Started” expresses faith, the value and understanding one’s self, and the importance of motivation, education and tolerance (M.E.T.). It shows how these have enabled a better quality of life for both a parent and child and it can do the same for other parents, educators and children and how to enable a better learning environment.
“Parents do not ignore indirect messages from your child/children. Children need to know that parents can be inspired by them and by doing so, it can ultimately bring out that potential which is hidden,” Kellier highlights. “Most times children are punished when they are reaching out for help. This book reveals success in all areas of life for not only the characters but for those who read this book.”
“Hold On to Your Tree: How It Started”
By Claudia Elaine Kellier
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 120 pages | ISBN 9781546213895
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 120 pages | ISBN 9781546213918
E-Book | 120 pages | ISBN 9781546213901
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Claudia Elaine Kellier was born in the city of Montego Bay and grew up in Flamstead Gardens, one of the most rural parts of St. James. She went to a basic school and primary school in the same area where she lived and started high school at age 11. She studied cosmetology, worked in a prominent hair clinic and started her own business. Kellier took advance classes (General Certificate in Education and the Caribbean Examination Council) and was able to secure a place in teachers college. She is a wife, a mother of four biological children and two stepchildren, and a grandmother of three. “Hold On to Your Tree: How It Started” is Kellier’s first book release.
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