The Bravo Bear series of positive value children’s books is proud of its newest title "No Bullying Allowed" that addresses the heartbreaking crisis of bullying. Anti-bullying, hate and discrimination need to be addressed in a positive and healthy way through education.
JUPITER, Fla. (PRWEB) August 11, 2020
Jupiter, Fla. The Hainsworth Company, http://www.BuyBravoBear.com, an innovator of children’s positive value and character building books announces a new title “Bravo Bear No Bullying Allowed”. This new book is a needed and wonderful way to address and stand up against bullying, hate, racism & discrimination.
The Bravo Bear adventure book series consists of 14 real to life adventure books specifically designed to build strong reading skills and to illustrate to children positive character traits and build a strong sense of self worth and esteem. Children who read the Bravo Bear series are provided a strong positive influence that builds a foundation for a lifetime of significant benefits. The stakes are high; character building at the early ages of development will have a wonderful lifelong effect on a child's personality and behavior. Research shows that people develop the majority of their lifelong behavior patterns by the time they reach the age of seven years.
"The Bravo Bear series of positive value children’s books is proud of its newest title that addresses the heartbreaking crisis of bullying. Hate and discrimination need to be addressed in a positive and healthy way through education. The Bravo Bear Edu-tainment series is an amazing positive tool that should be provided to help educate all children at home and in school," stated company President Christian Hainsworth.
The Hainsworth Company is thrilled to offer a special 50% discount on preorders for this wonderful children’s book and series through indiegogo at https://igg.me/at/bravobear.
For more information on this book series, please visit the Company's website at http://www.buybravobear.com, call 561-262-7174 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Christian Hainsworth