Apr 012019
 

summer pictureChasing Lilly Readers,

You may not be aware that I have two Middle Grade Mystery books completed, and that’s no joke! Maybe you didn’t know that I have books for kids, and that includes a book about Dementia for children? Here are more Nealie Rose books that are available through Amazon:

(Please leave a review for me on Amazon. Good reviews are so helpful…I love my readers and appreciate you!)

The Portal in the Attic, Revel Street Mystery #1

The Skatepark Kidnapping, Revel Street Mystery #2

Grandpa When, a book about Dementia for elementary ages

Bella the Dancing Beetle, for elementary age kids who always try to please everyone

The Z Book (Pure silliness!)

Travis Woke Up His Father -A Week Early! (What happens when a hibernating bear family has a cub that wakes up too early?)

And don’t forget that Chasing Lilly is available on AUDIBLES, too!

There’s a basic Curriculum and Discussion Workbook to go with the college and university use of Chasing Lilly.

🙂 Nealie

 

Oct 162015
 

“Brown Bear” has been six-year-old Tommy’s companion since he was tiny.

Brown Bear

Tommy’s Bear

Brown Bear is not a requirement for a good night’s sleep anymore, but he is still important to this boy.

A new dog in the family chewed off Brown Bear’s eyes and nose.

Tommy was sad and disappointed, but he didn’t love the bear any less.

We fixed up Brown Bear with buttons to replace the missing eyes and nose, and he looks different, but he is still HIM!

Like Brown Bear, there are children who have been traumatized and damaged.

Sometimes it’s not so obvious who they are, because unlike the bear, they still have their eyes and noses. The damage is hidden deep inside, but behaviors can be a giveaway.

Lying, stealing, aggression, fearfulness, disruptive behavior, depression, withdrawal, and poor grades are signs that some trauma may have occurred. Don’t brush these things off; instead, look a little deeper.

-Nealie