Latest news from FAPA member Jayne M. Rose-Vallee
Jayne M. Rose-Vallee recently received the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Silver Award for Dinosaurs Living in My Hair!2. It?s also a Finalist for INDIES Book of the Year Award.
Jayne is proud to announce the Spanish adaptation will be available later this summer.
Rose-Vallee has also founded Literacy for Kids, Inc., a non-profit organization which has been created to promote literacy and education enrichment for school-aged students. All sales from the DLIMH book series helps fund this non-profit as well as donations, grants, fund-raising and corporate giving.
DLIMH3 will be available late 2020.
For more information on the DLIMH Movement or Literacy for Kids, Inc. visit Https://DinosaursLivingInMyHair.com. Make sure to keep up with what those pesky dinosaurs are up to!
Dinosaurs Living In My Hair!2
by Jayne M. Rose-Vallee
Kids spend a lot of time focusing on their differences.?”Dinosaurs Living in My Hair!2″?takes a look at what happens when five friends discover?what they have in common:?first grade challenges, curly hair, and . . . dinosaurs!?! The fun begins when these “surprising similarities” help them find the courage to stand up to classroom bullying.
The imaginative illustrations in this sequel bring the fanciful tale to life and readers will enjoy a reassuring conclusion. Emphasis on:
- Poetry can be fun.
- Imagination is King.
- Begins?dialogue with parents and children about bullying.
- Dinosaurs offer some simple suggestions.
- Celebrates the fact we?are more alike than we realize.
- Kids love dinosaurs. The topic allows for teaching kids without them knowing they are learning.