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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Janice Ramos Tingley
Janice grew up with two severe learning disabilities called dyscalculia and dyslexia. She yearned to be just like her well-educated and accomplished family members, but because of her disabilities, she was bullied, teased, and told that she would never be successful in life. She was raised in Fairfield, California; has two kids who live in Union City with her husband. Since she was 8 years old, she always wanted to write and illustrate children’s books so that she can inspire and make a difference in this world.
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Excerpts From The Book
Read a few excerpts from the book below!
“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”
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Other works from Janice Ramos Tingley
Nolan’s Dream is a tale of two boys who have different handicaps. Nolan with an undeveloped hand and Sean with a learning disability. The message of this book is respect. The two boys meet and realize they can help each other. With their different challenges in life they meet by chance and succeed in teaching each other, their family and friends that no matter what challenges may face you they can be overcome. The challenges need to be understood, not ignored. It is about learning from, each other’s differences accepting their differences, opinions and most of all is respecting each other. They learn from each other how to succeed. Through this book Janice hopes to be able to teach young children the power of mentoring a friend in need, instead of making fun of them because of their differences. When we respect one another we learn from one other. Together we can walk hand in hand and make a difference in this world that will last a lifetime and for the next generations to come.
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