KITA Concept is a powerful and profound tool to build and strengthen
the soul and self-esteem in children."
teaches children life skills with simplicity and insight!"
Co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul® Series
Co-creator of the number one, New York Times
best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul® Series
Internationally acclaimed speaker and author of
Swim with the Sharks without Being Eaten Alive and Pushing the Envelope
All the Way to the Top
Adrian has devised an ingenious way of transmitting healthy, self-esteem-building
values to young people. Her 'technology' is innovative, imaginative,
and powerful. Her work is enthusiastically recommended."
Author of Six Pillars
of Self Esteemand The Psychology of Self Esteem
concept is a brilliant way of building self-value in children. I strongly
endorse it and look forward to its national, if not global presence.
Former Special Assistant to the President,
George Bush, Senior White House
no matter their economic, social, or family background, can benefit
greatly from KITA's message.The
Three KITA Rules provide children who receive this information with
simple yet effective tools they can use on a daily basis to help them
make decisions, something many adults wished they had learned to do
a long time ago."
Laidlaw Chasse, M.C.
Three KITA Rules had a positive impact on my students both socially
and academically. . . . The Rules also made it easier for the children
to make better decisions for themselves both in and out of school.
. . . I often refer back to the THree KITA Rules, which are posted
on my wall."
Sue Pirkel, third grade teacher, Pappas Elementary School (school
for children of homeless families), Phoenix, Arizona
"This program presents to our children what they so very much
need in their livespositive attitudes and positive ways to deal
with negative situations. The children have embraced the Three KITA
Rules, and use them on a daily basis. . . .KITA is refreshing, educational,
and encouraging to all types of kids. . . .I recommend this program
to any organization that cares for the welfare of children. . . .
It is a vital program that needs to continue. I sincerely hope that
Grace Law, fourth grade teacher, Pappas Elementary School
"KITA is a "character" that all can relate to regardless
of sex, race, or religion. The rules are easy to remember for younger
and older learners. . . . I look forward to seeing KITA become a household
Vanette Dunn, Principal, Shea Middle School, Phoenix, Arizona
was in the classroom during the KITA class to watch the class recite
the KITA rules and participate in the diversity lesson. Your presenter,
materials, and methodology were outstanding. Thank you for performing
this valuable community service. The KITA children will remember the
positive messages they received from the program. KITA will have far-reaching
and lasting results."
Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio/Thelda Williams, Maricopa County
"I believe many more children as well as teachers would benefit
from [the KITA] program. It fostered students' self-esteem and made
them feel more in control of their decisions. The teachers agree that
it is an age-appropriate program and is a great addition to teaching
life skills in our health curriculum."
Bernice I. Villa, third grade teacher, Emerson Elementary, Phoenix,
"Your program sends a valuable message to children regarding
their own worth and the importance of believing in themselves."
Emily Wyatt, fourth grade teacher, Zuni Elementary School, Scottsdale,
your first visit to our classroom, I noticed my students relating
situations in their life to KITA's ideas. They readily discussed how
KITA would handle a situation and began implementing the idea of making
responsible choices, having a positive attitude, and believing in
Loreen Leitzen, third grade teacher, Zuni Elementary School, Scottsdale,
has been positively affecting Kids for many years.
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