Montville, NJ, March 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Childhood obesity is a worldwide epidemic, an epidemic that school physical education programs have sought to address by teaching children how to stay healthy. Unfortunately, many children and their families struggle to turn these lessons into action. Even first lady Michelle Obama is getting into the ring to fight childhood obesity with her new initiative called, “Let’s Move.”
Author Len Saunders has been a leader in the field of children’s health and fitness for almost 30 years with his creative programs; Project ACES, PACES Day, and Exercise US. He has literally motivated millions of children around the world to stay healthy. Now, Saunders introduces his new “Adventure in Exercise” book series starring Spunky the Monkey and Joey the Kangaroo.
Spunky and Joey both go on exercise adventures, as children will read and interact with the books while they have fun exercising with each page. This creative approach has received much praise from parents, teachers, principals, and doctors. Each book also has parents section that describes the fundamentals of each exercise. Children can also visit the Spunky and Joey web sites to exercise along with the animated images on their computers. There has already been an interest in turning this book series into animation, as you can get a peak sneak on the book’s web site.
To get more information on these books, please visit the web site at: http://www.fitkidsbooks.com
For more information on Len Saunders and his fitness initiatives, please visit his web site at: http://www.lensaunders.com
To view these books privately online, please email Len Saunders directly for instructions on how to find it. Email Len at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To schedule an interview with Len Saunders, please call Len at 732-406-2167 or email him at email@example.com
About Len Saunders
Len Saunders (www.lensaunders.com) has been recognized by Sports Illustrated, Ladies Home Journal, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times as an innovator in children’s fitness. Almost 30 years of experience has yielded Saunders numerous awards for his hard work and dedication at the local, state, and national levels. He was a spokesperson for the American Heart Association regarding childhood obesity, and was a past consultant to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports. His Project ACES program has millions of children exercising simultaneously every year on the first Wednesday in May (www.projectaces.com).