Wednesday, July 20, 2011

American Chronicle | Meet Debut Author Clayton Paul Thomas of Tantrums, Troubles and Treasures

American Chronicle | Meet Debut Author Clayton Paul Thomas of Tantrums, Troubles and Treasures

I was able to interview debut author Clayton Paul Thomas of, Tantrums, Troubles and Treasures: A Parent´s Guide to Parenting in the 21st Century. Clayton Paul Thomas has worked with kids for about 16 years from three different settings. The first was at St. Joseph Children´s Home. This was a place abused kids went after being permanently separated from their parents. Most of his parenting skills were developed here. The kids Clayton worked with ranged from ages 3 to 15.

I asked Clayton what he would like to share with me about his book. His reply, "Tantrums, Troubles, and Treasures is a book meant to give readers solutions for problems all parents deal with. I wrote the book in a way that first time parents can see what they´ll be facing before they "cross that bridge." But, the book is also for parents who are doing a great job but they are looking for that little extra edge. For example, one of my chapters focuses on how to skyrocket their child´s academic success nationally."

Read more at http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/244097

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