Meenakshi Mohan Explores the Good and Bad About Sibling Rivalry

New book ‘The Gift’ follows Judy and Kitty and their unique story of jealousy, rivalry, love and sharing.

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MARYLAND (PRWEB) March 27, 2014

“The Gift” is a story of two sisters — Judy, who is six years old and Kitty, who is four. The story addresses issues such as sibling rivalry, jealousy, bargaining for toys, yet a crisis in the family proves that despite all these natural childhood phenomena, the sisters have profound love for each other. This book is centered on the importance of family and teaching children to empathize and share.

This book appeals to adults and children. Parents of young children understand why children behave in certain ways, and they reflect on their own experiences when they were young. Listening to the story, young children make comments on their own experiences. This book promotes a dialogue between parents, teachers, and children.

Ego, rivalry, and jealousy are natural, but if left unresolved have the potential to disrupt relationships. Author Meenakshi Mohan believes that if only people can develop more understanding and empathy for each other, the world would be a more harmonious place.

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About the Author
Meenakshi Mohan earned her doctoral degree from Roosevelt University, Chicago in Educational Administration with a focus in Early Childhood. She has been teaching early childhood educators at the graduate and undergraduate levels for over two decades. She has done extensive research in Motivational Learning and Art Integrated Curriculum. She has been involved in different professional organizations including NAEYC and ASCD, and presented in many seminars and workshops related to teaching young children in creative ways. She has published papers for different publications including peer-reviewed journals. She has written regularly for the Adjunct Connection for the National-Louis University and more recently for the Confluence UK. She recently edited and published a book Tamam Shud, a collection of poems by Kshitij Mohan. Meenakshi was recognized and awarded for her dedicated services as an Editorial Board Member for the Adjunct Connection of the National-Louis University. She was also included twice in the Who is Who Among American Teachers in their 9th and 10th Editions. She loves to travel, write short stories for children and paint.

The Gift* by Meenakshi Mohan
Publication Date: January 28, 2014
Trade Paperback; £15.99; 28 pages; 9781493139408
Trade Hardback; £25.99; 28 pages; 9781493140572
e-book; £3.99; 9781493139408

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