Local author and “parentologist” Roma Khetarpal will speak to parents and sign her new release “The Perfect Parent: 5 Tools for Using Your Inner Perfection to Connect with Your Kids” on Friday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, 23630 Valencia Blvd.
A percentage of event sales will be donated to the SCV Education Foundation to purchase materials for local public school teachers, on behalf of Barnes & Noble. Raffle prizes will be provided by PayForward, a new social financial platform that turns instant rebates into powerful resources for families.
The “Perfect” Parent offers tips on how parents can empower themselves and their kids by using the 5 tools of communication. It enhances ways to successfully connect with kids, build confidence and self-esteem in a short, useful, and enjoyable guide.
The “Perfect” Parent, endorsed by Dr. Shefali Tsabary, clinical psychologist, speaker and author of the award-winning book The Conscious Parent, is receiving critical acclaim, as a Publisher’s Weekly recommendation.
Roma Khetarpal is the founder and CEO of Tools of Growth, through which she helps kids to “Be Happy, Think Positive, and Do Good”. With parenting classes, community outreach, articles, reviews and blog posts, Tools of Growth provides parents with the simple, easy-to-remember, and effective communication tools than can help them build a strong foundation and relationship with their children. By synthesizing the themes and concepts of the personal growth and emotional intelligence fields, along with cutting-edge parenting research, Khetarpal delivers her message in an accessible, reassuring, and personally empowering way. She is also an Executive Board Member of the Philanthropic Society of Los Angeles, which raises funds for Children’s Institute, Inc.
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