Did you know that your nose has a secret life? A child’s”nosie” can be a partner in adventure.
PHILADELPHIA, PA, June 05, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — Linda Dezenski, the author of Nosie Adventures series, set out to create a way for children to participate in an imaginary world in which their noses can help them as they tackle new activities and meet new people. The Nosies are enthusiastic about everything they do, and they love all people.
Linda has a disability and has been a life-long advocate for tolerance and diversity. The Nosies are the perfect way to show children that they should go right up and say hello to other children who may be different. Linda’s books are unique because they introduce characters with disabilities who are living independent lives.
In Nosie and the Rainbow, we meet Eva. Eva was born blind. She asks Nosie to describe the colors of the rainbow. It sounds like an impossible mission, but Nosie is up for the challenge. How does Nosie do it?
This is the third book in the Nosie Adventures Series. The books are available in print and Kindle formats:
Linda works at the John Edgar Thomson Foundation in Philadelphia. She is passionate about civil rights, particularly independent living for people with disabilities. Linda has two Masters degrees from Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. Linda is the author of “Nosie Adventures” – a series of children’s books that teaches acceptance and diversity. Nosie Adventures books are available on Amazon.
If you would like to learn more, or arrange an interview, please call Linda at (215) 251-3293 or e-mail [email protected]
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