Nolan’s Monsters is a charming story about a little boy named Nolan. Nolan used his imagination to cope with his fear of sleeping alone by using shape and counting numbers.
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About the Book
At bedtime, my mother would go into my room and read a story until I fall asleep. When Nolan wakes up in the middle of the night, he would imagine five little monsters jumping on his bed. Nolan’s Monsters is a charming story about a little boy named Nolan. Nolan used his imagination to cope with his fear of sleeping alone by using shape and counting numbers. This is a richly illustrated book by the author.
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Meet the Author
“Your child's path to empowerment, growth and imagination begin with a book.”
Janice‘s passion for writing and illustrating began as a young child. She then pursued it as she wants to inspire the world with her imagination through her books and aims to make a difference in the world. To make a connection between her readers and her community, she volunteers her time to reading to children to encourage good reading habits and enhance knowledge.
Excerpts From The Book
“As I lay here warm and sleepy, Do you have monsters jumping on your bed”
“There they are. Five little monsters jumping on my bed!”
“Sometimes when I wake up in the middle of the night, I would imagine five little monsters jumping on my bed”
The Things That Mama Misses
The tale of The Things That Mama Misses is about the most touching memory of all mom what we miss when we are away from our kids. When I wrote this for my two kids I wanted to express my feelings when I am away from them and that I love them unconditionally. What we, the moms, miss the most in their childhood memories when you are away from them.
Nolan is adored by his family and full of joy at home, but one thing sets him apart from the rest of the children in his neighborhood: his misshapen hands.