The Cool Kid

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Page Publishing, Inc., 2021.
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Ernie Endara., & Ernie Endara|AUTHOR. (2021). The Cool Kid . Page Publishing, Inc..

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    [synopsis] => The current social media, movies, TV, etc., that we are living through has shown us that our society craves to be cool. Whether by the clothes we wear, attitude expressed, music we listen to, or people we follow, being labeled "cool" has always been a sort of badge of honor; however, very few understand that being "cool" comes with responsibilities. My hope is to provide a more inclusive and less hateful future, which I feel can only be achieved with the help of our children, who are our future. This character, "the cool kid," is based on my life, which I say with the utmost of humility and is maybe a reason why it has taken me so long to embark on this journey.

As a young person (which my same mindset has continued through my adult life), I was always able to work and deal with matters that at times were above my head and fraught with deep in meaning; however, doing the right thing or doing the "cool" thing always allowed me to humbly resolve the respective matter. I can remember, on so many occasions, how my peers where picked-on, bullied, left out of playtime, shunned, etc., and how I was always the bridge between the so-called "cool kids" and the "not cool kids". My position of being a bridge then, which continues now, provided me with the insight into how I can help "bridge" relationships between children by having "the cool kid" tell them that "it's cool" to let others play; or to tell them that it's "not cool" to pick on someone; or allow them to realize that it's actually "not cool" to slander, hate, or (what we see so often) exclude another child for whatever reason.

As a parent, I have relied on teachers, clergy, family, and friends to help me, as well as other parents, to guide our children; however, once again, this method always made me realize that it is an adult telling children on how they are to conduct themselves for a better life for them and our society. That is why "the cool kid" will be a perfect medium to propagate my message. Think about it, how many kids fall prey to negative peer pressures? But this time, "the cool kid" does the opposite of that negative peer pressure.
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