Author Rose Marie Whiteside Releases Character Building Book Series Titled Noise From The Locker Room
28th December, 2015
Featuring a multitude of clip-arts and rhymes made from quotes of many people, author Rose Marie Whiteside has released her series of 5 books titled Noise From The Locker Room. The books are stated to be for character development in youngsters.
Character building is a very important part of a young person’s education, be it in school or at home. There are many ways one can inspire young children and teenagers to find their muse in life, but nothing can come close to the power of literature.
Known previously for her renowned book titled As for Me and My House- Education Is Important, Author Rose Marie Whiteside has now published her series of 5 books titles Noise from the Locker Room. The books feature rhymes made from quotes that Whiteside has heard from people in her life; she has put them together in inspirational rhymes to help young students and teenagers with character development.
Based on life topics, the rhymes have been written as if they are going on in a school locker room, so that young students and teenagers can relate better to it. Featuring a multitude of rhymes and a labyrinth of creative clip arts, the books are now available on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Noise-Locker-Room-Marie-Whiteside/dp/1507698577/.
Turning 80 years old in July of 2016, the author has had an expansive career as an Administrator, head of statewide Employee Training and developer of regulatory policy and procedure while working with statewide organizations and non-profits. The author also spoke about her books in an official press statement.
“Noise From the Locker Room assists children, youth, and parents to examine choices made and fantasized. Is there a right way or is best merely synonymous with personal? Does it even matter? Which way would you have analyzed the wisdom from quotations from the past? Your opinion is as good as anyone else who examines life and its choices. What would you say or others in your family or social circles from the locker room?” stated the author.
Contact information for the author is within her website, www.mag.inpublicschools.com or e-mail email@example.com