Planet Benevolent

Welcome to the Planet Benevolent

Imagine a world where everyone strived to be Respectful, Responsible, and Reflecting on their words and actions. The children’s book series, The Blue Rule, demonstrates how this can become a reality by assisting you, the adult, in teaching children how to be accountable for the words and actions they choose. Does responsibility just happen? Is everyone respectful without even trying? Does everyone reflect on everything they say or do before they say or do it? Unfortunately, it doesn’t come that easily. All of these are learned behaviors that it is imperative for us as the adults to teach our children from a very young age and model it for them throughout their growing years and beyond.

Our goal is to provide you, the adult, with tools and resources to create a fun and effective environment to teach the 3 R’s of Accountability.

Author Book Readings – Free to Churches, Schools, and Libraries

We are offering FREE book readings to children at schools, libraries, and churches within 50 miles of Strongsville, Ohio. Outside of this area, we are available for Skype virtual readings.

Upcoming book readings and signings

May 18, 2014 – Westlake, OH  at Church on the Rise. During both services the children will enjoy a book reading of The Blue Rule at the Park. Immediately after service, there will be a book signing by the author.

  • Books will be available for purchase at a discounted rate
  • 10% of all profits will be donated to the church

 

Please check out the free resources page for coloring pages, games/puzzles, and lesson plans…


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