Bobbie Jo Barnes
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Bobbie Jo Barnes is a first time author who has a great love for children's books. She has spent many years devoting her time to helping children with special needs and is on a mission to promote awareness and tolerance to children today. Bobbie Jo was born in Paducah, Ky, but now resides in Pekin, IL with her husband and two daughters, Leah and Anna. She worked for Pekin Community High School as a Personal Assistant to children with special needs for nearly five years and is currently employed by Tazewell Mason Counties Special Education Association as a Receptionist/Secretary. She grew up with her amazing brother, Philip, who lived with special needs and is the inspiration for her new book, "The Message". Bobbie Jo's goal is to promote her book and teach the younger generation that it is not ok to bully. She wants kids to feel cool by being the one kid to take a stand for the people so small that they cannot stand up for themselves. Bobbie Jo has a dream of a future for her kids and all kids to be filled with tolerance, acceptance, and love. So here's to helping her make "BullyFree" a reality!!!!!!
Welcome to my page! I have designed this page to draw attention to my new book "The Message". The Message is a story about a boy named Ben and his inquisitiveness towards Johnny, the new boy at school, who has multiple disabilities. He turns to his father who gives him a life lasting message that promotes tolerance, acceptance, and love. This story has an amazing message that I TRULY believe in, and I am so excited to be able to increase awareness and finally get the voice out that is so seldom heard.
I love anything that has to do with helping people. I also have a love for nature and the outdoors. My hobbies include kayaking, hiking, camping, playing guitar, singing, and writing. I am interested in setting up interviews with local media. I would also like to set up book signings as well as book readings at local schools and libraries.
My goal is to promote my book and teach the younger generation that it is not ok to bully. I want kids to feel proud of themselves by being the one kid to take a stand for the people so small that they cannot stand up for themselves. I dream of a future for my kids and all kids to be filled with tolerance, acceptance, and love. Here's to making "BullyFree" a reality!!!!!!
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 309/232-57802400 Tazewell RdPekin, Illinois 61554 United States
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