Little Johnnie Goes to School

by Johnnie Myers Sr.


Formats

Softcover
$20.99
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$20.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/13/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 32
ISBN : 9781546261315
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 32
ISBN : 9781546261308

About the Book

They say, “Little Johnnie can’t read. He can’t write, or spell his name. He’s depressed and has anxiety issues. He can’t do basic math. He has temper tantrums and social emotional issues.” The question is, what are little Johnnie’s real issues? Why is he always searching for his father? Come along with me as we journey into the life and emotional struggles of Little Johnnie; How can he be helped with educational and social emotional issues? Children need Parents and Teachers to partner together to reach educational and social success. This series will bring to light strategies and ways we can help children reach educational and emotional success as lifelong learners.


About the Author

Johnnie Myers Sr. has served in the field of early childhood education for the past forty years. He serves in the office of Early Childhood Education for the Newark Public School District in New Jersey. Mr. Myers is a teacher coach, pastor, and husband; he has three sons and eight grandchildren. His experiences in early childhood education span community-based and Head Start programs, as well as public school pre-K classrooms. He has worked as a teacher assistant, teacher, educational specialist, area program coordinator, resource teacher, and master teacher. He has also acquired many training certificates relating to early childhood education. He is the founder of Full Gospel Christian Academy in Newark, New Jersey. Mr. Myers holds a bachelor of arts degree from Montclair State University and is a certified teacher. He enjoys singing and playing the bongos with his students. Mr. Myers says, “I enjoyed playing the character of Little Johnnie with my students. It is those experiences and interactions that led me to begin writing the experiences of Little Johnnie. The names have changed, but the diagnoses are the same for both suburban and urban children. Children need their fathers, regardless of their social status in life. I wrote this book with educators and parents in mind, expecting it to appeal to all cultures and ethnicities. Our children need our help; let’s all discover who Little Johnnie or Sally really is. Come along with me on a journey into the mind and heart of Little Johnnie. I know you will discover to how much of a difference you can make in the life of a child.”