Monday, April 6, 2015

JNP Kids Kindness Boomerang Challenge Making Enormous Impact in First Two Weeks!




The JNP Project™ Reports HUGE Response to Its Kids Kindness Boomerang It! Challenge During First Two Weeks! 


"The JNP Project™, creators of a new self-esteem empowerment storybook series for kids ages 5-12+, recently launched its Inner Awesome Action KINDNESS BOOMERANG IT! Challenge. 


This challenge asks kids nationwide to“Do Something good. Do it right. Make a Positive Difference.”  Since the launch, JNP Challenge Boomerangs have been requested in Maryland, Missouri, Texas, Utah, New York, Australia, Cyprus, Germany, Hong Kong, Nepal, Singapore, Spain, and South Africa. JNP envisions circulating enough boomerangs so that one million “acts of goodness” are performed and documented. Kids’ acts of good deeds are coming back to JNP in the form of a Boomerang and are being shared on the JNP website until the Challenge reaches a million. It is expected that the momentum of kindness will cause more good things to be boomeranged around the world. See this link to learn how it works...http://thejnpproject.com/100000-acts-of/
This comes on the heels of JNP’s launch of its multi-book series, Jane & Jake’s Adventures to Awesome.





In addition to a focus on building children’s self-esteem, these books offers both unparalleled artistry and collaboration among published international authors in the story development. The 31 chapter-books, set in three series, are available in traditional as well as digital interactive book formats. Books can be purchased at http://thejnpproject.com or at the JNP retail store located at 126 West Street in Annapolis. Digital versions can be purchased athttp://thejnpproject.com/product-category/adventure-stories/.

JNP is supported by an interactive website featuring an adult public forum, a Members Only private Q&A professional forum, a kids’ forum to talk to Jane and Jake directly, downloadable activities, music, and more. It also gives parents, grandparents, caregivers, homeschoolers, educators, teachers and counselors tools to help kids develop confidence, strengthen self-esteem, and grow into assured leaders."

1 comment:

  1. These books sound really great for kids to read and to build self esteem.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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