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When I started The Kamyla Chung Series I drew on my experiences as a public school teacher. During my tenure I witnessed the difficult situations many children live in and the violent outbursts that brought into my classroom.
I hope that Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully will be a stimulus for heartfelt, meaningful conversations between parents and their children and teachers and their students.
To cure school violence, we must address the mental health of students and offer consistent and viable support to those who are struggling. Books that approach the subject gently are one tool educators and counselors can use to accomplish this.
Awards are a great way to earn the recognition required to spread a book’s message. Will you please help me get my message to those who need it by voting for Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully in The Author Academy Awards.
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If you’re interested in a community that shares resources on bullying and mental health please join my Facebook group Kamyla Chung’s Bully Free Zone.
Click here to join. If we work together on solutions for our children, we’ll be one step closer to curing this social disease.
Thanks for your support.
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Thanks so much to Robin Woods for taking the time to interview me. She asked so many engaging and thoughtful questions. You can check it out here: robinwoodsfiction.com