New Kamaron Institute Book Teaches Adults and Children How To Succeed In School, Life and Relationships

April 03, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
"Casey and the Amazing Good Finder" is a heart-warming fable about finding the good in people and getting along with others. In order to succeed in life, school and work, people of all ages must learn the important relationship skills taught in this new book.

Mr. Max, the bus driver, and the irascible Mrs. Hassell join the colorful cast of Casey characters. As the story opens, Casey wonders about Mrs. Bobbin, one of the school's happiest and nicest people. Casey ponders these questions: Was Mrs. Bobbin born this way? Was it something she learned along the way? Was she ever grumpy? Was she ever rude? Did she ever have a bad attitude?
At the end of this delightful story, you will FIND the answers.

The principles learned can be applied to everyday life at home, work and school. The reader will learn to:
Get along with a wide-range of people
Deal with difficult people
Ensure that it will be a good day
Develop positive life-skills and character qualities

The book includes a list of discussion questions and activities for teachers and parents. The Kamaron Institute is an official partner in education of the National Museum of Patriotism.

"Casey and the Amazing Good Finder" is the new book in the popular "Casey Books" series. The books in the "Casey Books" series are:
"Casey And The Amazing, Giant, Green Shirt"
"Casey And The Growing Spurt"
"Casey and the Amazing Good Finder"

Margaret Ross wrote the first "Casey" story as a gift to military families. After writing the first book, she continues writing the "Casey" stories at the request of educators, parents and helping professionals.

Author, Margaret Ross, is president of the Kamaron Institute. Ross' work has won awards and recognition from Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Ed Press, and Student Assistance Program Association.

The Kamaron Institute, Inc. ( ) provides proactive, business consulting, executive training, leadership development services and bullying preemption educational programs.