All about Children
All about Children
Sometimes we look at everyday things as ordinary. But bedtime, mealtime, and other common activities can be much more. They can be learning experiences.
All about Children is a children's companion book to My Children's Children: Raising Young Citizens in the Age of Columbine, providing stories, illustrations, and activities on how people can work together to help each other.
In their book All about Children, author Robert A. Saul, MD and illustrator Jan Yalich Betts provide material that can be enjoyed on multiple levels. It can be enjoyed purely for the illustrations, which demonstrate activities that encourage parents and their children to do positive things that can improve people's lives and the life of their communities. It can be enjoyed for the combination of words and pictures and the messages noted. And it can be enjoyed as a picture book with wonderful images that can be searched for, identified, and discussed among parents and children alike.
Author: Robert A. Saul
Publisher: Robert Saul
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.50h x 8.50w x 0.09d
About the Author
Saul, Robert A.: - "Bob Saul was born in Chicago, IL and grew up in the Chicago area and later moved to Colorado. A graduate of Colorado College and the University of Colorado School of Medicine, he completed pediatric training at Duke University Medical Center and genetic training at the Greenwood Genetic Center. He practiced in Greenwood, SC for 34 years. He is currently the Medical Director of General Pediatrics, Senior Medical Director of Medicaid Practices, and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Greenville Health System and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine - Greenville, Greenville, SC. He has two grown children, Bradley and Ben, and has been married to his wife, Jan, for over 30 years."Betts, Jan Yalich: - Jan Yalich Betts is an artist and illustrator. She illustrated Moose Lips, a children's book written by Mark Taylor. She lives with her husband, Don, in Driggs, Idaho.