Unlock Meaningful Conversations with Your Children, Opening the Door to a Well-Rounded Life – Here’s How
What lasts longer than an Xbox, a laptop, and the hottest video game launch? Character.
Trying to install this nine-letter ideal in your children’s lives is difficult, no doubt about it. But we must carry out this task well, for the sake of our children. Building character is our top priority as parents because it does something remarkable: it guarantees a legacy.
Let’s build the right one, together. After all, they’re worth it.
Enter, Stage Right: The Hero Club
Here’s something to put on your iCal: reading The Hero Club with your children, laughing with them, and adding your own experiences to the lessons. Sure, The Hero Club: 52 Weekly Stories to Share with Your Children about Courage, Compassion, Honesty and other Character Traits that will Inspire Kids to be Heroes. The Hero Club is awesome on its own. When you pick up a copy, your youngsters will discover many fantastic stories, lessons, and insights, including:
- How a little time doing chores with Grandma opens the door for new thoughts on wisdom
- Why tolerance is truly at the core of American life
- How the temptation to ignore schoolwork deadlines leads to a need to become accountable, for life
- A sweet group of friends learning from each other, making these lessons stick around for the long term
- And when all else fails, Mom and Dad save the day
- And much more…
Again, this is a book best read together with your little ones. Think of it as a convenient conversation starter for those necessary talks our kids really need. As they grow up, become adults, and start families of their own, they will look back fondly on those heartfelt conversations of days gone by. The best part? These lessons will set the foundation of life for the next generation, making it truly the gift that keeps on giving!
Buy your copy of The Hero Club: 52 Weekly Stories to Share with Your Children about Courage, Compassion, Honesty and other Character Traits that will Inspire Kids to be Heroes. Simply click here to purchase the book.
About the Author
Ferah Ozbek is a mother, daughter, wife, and a retired United States Air Force judge advocate. Ferah wrote a book that she wished she had when her children were in elementary school. It is Ferah’s sincere hope that the stories and lessons in The Hero Club will help parents teach their children about character in a fun and meaningful way. For questions or comments on The Hero Club, send Ferah an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit her website at FerahOzbek.com.
Ferah is also the author of 10 Life Lessons for a Happy Life, which provides guidance on how to make life altering decisions from choosing a spouse to choosing a career and other critical decisions you need to make in your life. Click here to download a free copy.