Pick up your copy of “Fawn Forest ISD” and escape in this “fictional” story of sweet revenge. Maybe you can plot your own revenge on the bully of a boss or that nasty neighbor…You know we all have one!
Or get lost in the love story “Blue Bonnet ISD” and be swept away to some glorious Marriott locations!
Enjoy your summer of 2016!! May it be your best ever!!
Wishing all a very merry Christmas and wonderful new year🌲🌲
“Fawn Forest ISD” and “Blue Bonnet ISD”
Continue to sell.
Last minute stocking stuffers at
Amazon or Barnes & Noble🌲🌲
Book sales for “Fawn Forest ISD” and “Blue Bonnet ISD” are steady.
Thanks for the continued support!!
Barnes and Noble at 5656 Fairmont Pky. will host an author signing for Rosanne Givens Scott’s second book, “Blue Bonnet ISD.”
The Author will be available from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 1, 2012.
Barnes and Noble at 5656 Fairmont will host an author signing for Rosanne Givens Scott and her new book, Blue Bonnet ISD. Copies of her first novel, Fawn Forest ISD will also be available for signing.
12:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 29, 2012 & Saturday, Dec. 1st, 2012
1) Talk to your child each day and ask if they were treated kindly?
2) If your child is being bullied discuss a game plan on how he/she can protect themselves at school. Role play, talk out strategies without encouraging retaliation.
3) Listen well to what they are saying. Remind them that bullying is not an acceptable school behavior.
4) Get involved with the school. Ask your child if he/she would like to be a part of the discussion with the school counselor or principal. This empowers them and provides an opportunity to be heard. Involve teachers (especially when your child has more than one teacher) to be aware of the bullying against your child.
5) Make an appointment with the school principal or counselor. Share your concerns openly without confrontation. Ask for a follow up report and follow through with this. Don’t assume the problem is resolved with one visit.
6) Check in with your child each day and continue to support them.
7) Follow up with teachers to ensure your child’s safety at school.
8) Teach your children how to be kind to others by demonstrating it yourself. Remember, your child hears everything you say and do and will repeat your words and your actions in public.