Last week The JNP Project™, creators of a new self-esteem empowerment storybook series for kids ages 5-12+, 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.” Their 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://janenotplain.com/
Not just a series of self-esteem books for kids, The JNP Project is also a movement that nurtures character, courage, and confidence in kids. The project also initiates and supports age-appropriate educational materials for parents and educators, interactive website resources, and kids’ sports gear, among services. Books can be purchased athttp://janenotplain.com or at the JNP retail store located at 126 West Street in Annapolis. Digital versions can be purchased at http://janenotplain.com/
About The JNP Project
Founded by Dona Rudderow Sturn, The JNP Project is staffed by seasoned, international professionals and guided by an accomplished Advisory Committee. With national headquarters based in Annapolis, Maryland, The JNP Project combines original artwork and design with proven teaching methods and outstanding storytelling in an interactive chapter-book adventure series for girls and boys.
All JNP components are 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. The umbrella brand, known as The World of Jane NOT Plain™, has been successfully tested via its original book entitled, Jane NOT Plain and the Pearls of Wisdom.
Credit: The JNP Project.