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Children are our best, most adventurous wolves in sheep's clothing. That is why everyone loves Nicholas Wolfe.

Starting school, getting out the door on time and answering to a stern teacher can be difficult. Lessons are learned through mistakes.

In Nicholas Wolf, Late For School Again! the fear factor, for which there is an innate draw, helps teach. Every child faces the fears of growing up, going to school, getting scolded by teachers and authority figures that in the end can be as vulnerable as children at times. Children learn to access the power of their own inner wolf and also begin to understand their ability to control their behavior, emotions, physical energy, and wolf-like essence.
That is where they find success.

The goal is to empower all children to feel confident and wear their best wolf grins every day.

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Janine Pappalardo
janinelt Harrisburg, PA

Most importantly, I am the proud mother of two wolf children, 13 years apart-- Nicholas and Giuseppe, whom I love dearly.

Professionally, I have written hundreds to thousands of television commercials as well as print, radio, internet and multi-media advertising, promotions and marketing throughout my career.

With over twenty years experience in advertising, marketing, and direct sales for and with a variety of markets and industries my mission has been the same... to communicate a clear and precise message to a specific audience for an outcome that benefits all parties involved.

Nicholas Wolfe was written as the first in a series of Wolf Children books. I would like to see Nicholas Wolfe's spirit and essence give children courage and strength to overcome life's most difficult situations.

Fecha de publicación  05 de septiembre de 2010

Dimensiones  Vertical estándar  38 páginas Papel estándar

Categoría  Niños

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