Mom’s Mission is to Develop Kind and Confident Children

The Halo Publishing author is scheduling presentations at schools, libraries and bookstores to help children understand the importance of having values such as courtesy, empathy and respect.

Valley View, OH, October 27, 2010 — Mom Nicki Donley is on a mission to help children feel confident in social situations. Inspired by conversations with her seven year old triplets, Ava, Lily and Grace; Donley wrote Cool Conduct, 100 Ways To Make A Positive Impression. The Halo Publishing ( http://www.halopublishing.com ) author is scheduling presentations at schools, libraries and bookstores to help children understand the importance of having values such as courtesy, empathy and respect.

“I believe unbecoming conduct can hold a child back both personally and academically from reaching their potential.”

“My philosophy is that a child’s conduct should make them and those around them feel good and confident, not upset or embarrassed.”

Cool Conduct is a fun and educational question and answer book that identifies manners, etiquette and safety. The book is designed to encourage discussions of appropriate behaviors that develop respectful children. Donley said recent reports of increased bullying, particularly cyber bullying, make the book quite timely.

Topics include social, outdoor, electronic and school etiquette, respecting belongings, safety, verbal and non-verbal communication, table manners, healthy habits, public places, and acts of kindness.  Donley also created a “Cool Conduct Pledge,” in which children promise to be kind and respectful to themselves and others.

“Children are reminded there is no reason to treat others with disrespect and to be comfortable with who they are and what they want to become,” Donley said.

Donley grew up in Parma, Ohio, where she attended St. Charles Catholic elementary school and Holy Name High School. After graduating in 1990, Donley attended Kent State University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric and Communications. She has been married to Chad Donley for 13 years. The family resides in Twinsburg, Ohio.

Donley is working on another book to help children accept and love themselves, just as they are. In addition to writing books, Donley is the owner of “Move Over Cards,” a stationery company that offers environmentally friendly gift enclosures. An avid recycler, Move Over Cards designs products from recycled paper and uses no wasteful envelopes.

Their philosophy is “Be Good to the Earth”

To order Cool Conduct, 100 Ways to Make a Positive Impression, visit Halo Publishing International at http://www.halopublishing.com. To schedule an author visit contact Nicki Donley at http://www.nickidonley.com.

Press & Media Contact:
Lisa M. Umina, Publisher
Halo Publishing International
5549 Canal Road
Valley View, OH 44125
216-255-6756
lisaumina@halopublishing.com

http://www.halopublishing.com

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