Mike Moh, owner and instructor at Moh’s Martial Arts in Waunakee, Wisconsin, tops Amazon.com best seller lists with his contribution to the new book BULLYPROOF: Unleash the Hero Inside Your Kid, Volume 2. This book, the second in the best-selling BULLYPROOF series, is designed to raise awareness of the issue of bullying with communities across the United States and the world.
The new book hit best-seller lists on Amazon.com within 24 hours of release. It was ranked #1 in the “Children’s Studies” category, as well as in Kindle “School Age Children.” BULLYPROOF also ranked #2 in the overall “Children’s Studies” category, including print books.
Following the first book in the series, BULLYPROOF: Unleash the Hero Inside Your Kid, Volume 2 continues to educate parents, children, and educators of the ever-changing nature of bullying.
“A lot of programs in schools today focus only on addressing the symptom of bullying, namely, what to do when you’re bullied,” says Alex Changho, co-editor of the book. “What’s missing are any tools or practices to address the cause of bullying, like low self-esteem. And on the other hand, helping individual kids become resilient from the effects of bullying – how to make them bullyproof.”
This book series has brought together experts from around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and India. The contributing authors of Volume 2 include business owners, martial arts instructors, and medical professionals.
Moh joins a panel of leaders, including: Michael Bank, Andrew Boquet, Tom Burt, Elizabeth Cummings, Nick Dreiling, Sean Harrington, Yong Hyeok Lee, Mark Niemchak, Terri Strain, Alex Timin, and Michael Wegmann.
He is available for book signings, as well as speaking engagements on the topic of bullying.
For more information about Mike Moh and Moh’s Martial Arts, visit www.mohsmartialarts.com.
To purchase BULLYPROOF: Unleash the Hero Inside Your Kid, Volume 2, visit http://www.amazon.com/dp/B016U99OE2.
Company Name: Revolution Media Publishing
Contact Person: Alex Changho