Summer Reading Program Kicks Off with Hip Hop for Kids

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Special Guest, “Mr. Kneel” (Neil McIntyre) used his talents to help Lamar Public Library kick off the Summer Reading Program on Tuesday, June 10th with Hip Hop for Kids!

Mr. Kneel’s Mission: To create positive, informative and self-esteem building music for children. Music so good, kids will want to listen to over and over with a positive, educational and developmentally appropriate message that educators and parents will embrace. Mr. Kneel creates inspired original Hip hop music which assists educators and parents in promoting children’s social, emotional and cognitive development. Mr. Kneel also works with educational companies providing original music to accompany programs which teach obtainable solutions to problems such as peer pressure, problem solving and anger management.

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Mr. Kneel is a professional speaker, hip hop emcee and beatboxer from Colorado. He has been featured in Rolling Stone, Billboard and Urb magazines. He has also won several awards for his music and co-wrote a song that was nominated for an American Music Award. He spends a lot of time working with non-profit groups focused on kids.

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