About the Book:
If you are considering reading this book, you are probably seeking a successful future for your child or a special child in your life. The early formative years of a child's life are critical in learning to be thoughtful, respectful, and self-reliant. These behaviors are learned, for the most part, from you, the parent, the guardian, or other primary role model.
About Louise N. Mason:
Louise Mason is the author of Life Lessons for Little Learners: Beginning Steps Toward Academic Success and its accompanying workbook (Tate Publishing, 2013.) She has written Madie’s Memoirs, (2018) a detailed history of one woman’s courageous experiences of World War II. Ms. Mason was invited to Fairhope, Alabama as a Writer-in-Residence at the Wolff Writer’s Cottage (June/July 2015.) She has been invited to read her poetry on the local WABFRadio, 1480AM (September 2018.) She has worked in education for more than 30 years. She is a former high school English teacher, Counselor and Principal. She holds both a Bachelor’s degree in Education/English and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Youngstown State University, Ohio, and a Counseling degree from Westminster College, Pennsylvania.
Ms. Mason traveled to Beijing, China (2011) with the China Initiative Exchange Group where she studied China’s educational system.
She has written three other children’s books, not yet published: Frick, Frack, Freckles, and Connor and The Backyard Dragon; Frick, Frack, Freckles, and Connor and The Candy Shop Squirrels; and Frick, Frack, Freckles, and Connor and The Hiding Horses (2018.) She is an aspiring novelist, song writer and poet.
More information concerning Ms.Mason can be found at her two websites:
www.socialandacademicsuccess.com and www.ghostwriter77.com.