Connie Giles has a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education. She spent over 28 years developing children from birth to kindergarten age in various educational settings.
Connie has mastered the ability to differentiate instruction, to meet the individual needs of each student she teaches. Her experience with children has naturally led her to writing children’s books.
It should be noted, that parents and teachers alike could learn valuable lessons from her book, which could also be utilized for workshops and trainings.
The Little Boy Who Wouldn’t Talk is a heartwarming children’s book that explores the story of Logan, a quiet boy who struggles to communicate with his classmates. Despite numerous attempts to get him to speak up, Logan remains silent, leaving his teacher and classmates feeling helpless.
But when his teacher decides to take a different approach and show empathy towards Logan, everything changes. Using an action plan tailored to Logan’s needs, the teacher helps him find his voice and become an active participant in the classroom.
This beautifully illustrated book is perfect for parents and teachers looking to teach empathy and understanding to young children. Join Logan on his journey as he learns to overcome his shyness and discover the joy of connecting with others.