Susan Fitzsimonds began her career as an educator eleven years ago as a second grade teacher. During this time, she pursued her master's in counseling endorsement from Oakland University. She obtained a kindergarten through twelfth grade counseling endorsement, a counseling license, and specialization in child and adolescent therapy. She is currently in her eighth year as an elementary counselor working with children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Susan has also facilitated Love and Logic parenting courses and led presentations on the topics of bullying, cyber-bullying, self-esteem, and parenting. She has a passion for helping children increase their self-esteem, overcome adversity, and learn skills for dealing with difficult situations. Susan lives in Southeast Michigan with her husband, three children. For more information about Susan, please visit her website, www.susanfitzbooks.com.
Book was ok, but arrived in pretty poor condition - it actually looked like someone bent it up.Published 3 months ago by DE
Loved this book! I bought it for my nephew and he was grinning from ear to ear as I read it to him as a bedtime story.Published 13 months ago by Blake Washignton
The Hero in Me is a great learning tool for Elementary aged children. The fun rhyming of the story and adorable illustrations held my daughter's attention. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jill M Lingerfelt
My staff is using the book; it fits well with our Superhero theme.
From early on, we are teaching students that unkind words hurt and what to do about it. Read more