Kristy was recently named a board member and Vice President of Winn Reading, a literacy nonprofit serving Cincinnati, OH. Winn Reading helps students gain the skills needed to be a successful reader in the early years of their elementary years.
Michelle is worried about going to fourth grade. She thinks it will be tougher than third grade since third grade was hard for her. She soon learns something about her difficulties that makes her question if she will ever be able to keep up with the rest of her classmates. This book will help introduce childhood dyslexia and start conversations with children about their anxieties around reading. Parents and caregivers will learn how to recognize signs of reading difficulties and steps they can take to help relieve anxieties that children might have about their struggles.
Kristy is the author of How About You? An Introduction to Dyslexia, Did I Upset Grandma, Strong and Healthy-Like a Car, How to Tame My Busy Brain, 3x co-author of the acclaimed children’s books, Peter’s Perfect Pipes, I’m No Different Than You, and I am Powerful, I am Amazing, I am a King. Her first book, Peter’s Perfect Pipes is featured in Scholastic Books and has been adapted into an animated series that will be used as an educational resource for hospitals and schools nationwide.
Kristy has assisted several successful authors with live events, public relations, book clubs, retail placement, and more.
Her books are in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Saint Louis Children’s Hospital, Brooklyn Children’s Hospital, Kansas City Children’s Hospital, and several other hospitals and clinics nationwide. Her work has been featured by Sickle Cell Foundations nationwide.
Alex is excited that his grandma is coming to live with his family. He imagines all the fun they will have together. He soon learns something about his grandma that makes him question if their relationship will ever be the same. This book will help start conversations with children about dementia and help relieve anxieties that children might have about someone close to them who may be living with dementia.
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