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About Kimberly King
Kimberly helps parents and kids learn how to proactively communicate on difficult topics with her unique kid-to-kid guides.
Kimberly is a dedicated mom to three children ages 21,19, and 14 and they give her daily inspiration to write, be a better mom, and help others. As a former Navy wife, King learned many of her parenting skills and life lessons through her surrogate military mom/sisterhood that spans the U.S. and abroad.
Kimberly lives with her family in Connecticut and is available for media interviews, sexual abuse prevention training, family life instruction, school visits, and author signings. Please visit her website for more information and resources at www.kimberlykingbooks.com
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