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Bank of Books Author Signing: Claudia Martial

September 17 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Bank of Books
748 E. Main St.
Ventura, CA 93001 United States

Don’t miss the author signing event on September 17 from 1-3pm at Bank of Books featuring Claudia Martial!

Claudia Martial is the author of:

“Lumpy Socks”

“Allergic to Mornings”

“Can Elephants Wear Masks?”

 

Event details:

Sat. Sept 17th 1:00 – 3:00

Bank of Books

748 E. Main St.

Ventura, CA 93001

(805)643-3154

 

About the Books

“Lumpy Socks” is a genuinely fun story that teaches about the seasons in a way that little children can understand. It is geared towards children ages 3-5 years, just when children are beginning to recognize changes in their world.

The lesson in the story can be used as a tool to engage young children in conversation about things that stresses them and help teach them how to develop coping skills.

“Allergic to Mornings” is a fun genuine story that teaches children to be brave and embrace changes as adventures. It is geared towards child aged three to five years old, just when children are beginning to get involved in different activities including starting kindergarten.

The lesson in the story can be used as a tool to engage young children in conversation about things that stresses them and help teach them how to develop coping skills.

“Can Elephants Wear Masks?” Gabby is again faced with another challenge and that is having to wear a mask at school. She expressed her feelings in kindergarten, which opens an opportunity for her teacher to teach and encourage all the students with a fun class activity. The story also encourages the children to actively use their imaginations to enhance the positive outcome of the class activity.

About the Author

Claudia Martial is a Nurse Practitioner by profession. She has two daughters who are grown now. Before she became a nurse, she worked as a nanny and a substitute teacher and volunteered to teach children of all ages. Now as a Nurse Practitioner she continues to work with children as well as their families.