Mandy Woolf

“Finding Mummy’s Glow” by Mandy Woolf
“Finding Mummy’s Glow” by Mandy Woolf 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
Mandy Woolf’s “Finding Mummy’s Glow: A Story of Cancer, Family, and Love” navigates the task of introducing difficult subjects to young children. Noah struggles with the fact that his mother has lost her “glow” due to her cancer. With the help of his teddy bear, he tries to find her glow so he can return it to her again. When all else fails, Noah realizes that the thing that makes his mother glow comes from Noah himself. read more
“I Love the Sparkle in You” by Mandy Woolf
“I Love the Sparkle in You” by Mandy Woolf 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
“I Love the Sparkle in You” by award-winning Mandy Woolf and illustrated by Elmira Georgieva, is the perfect little children’s book to help young readers age 3 to 13 how to recognize their own true sparkle–which is that unique something that makes each of us special. read more
“Harmony Dances On” by Mandy Woolf
“Harmony Dances On” by Mandy Woolf 175 219 Reader Views Kids
“Harmony Dances On: A Book About Grief” by Mandy Woolf helps young readers recognize that it’s okay to feel grief. read more
“Bertie’s Christmas Adventure” by Mandy Woolf
“Bertie’s Christmas Adventure” by Mandy Woolf 175 219 Reader Views Kids
“Bertie’s Christmas Adventure” by Mandy Woolf tells how a toy, specifically a beach ball, saves Christmas and overcomes his fears to do so. read more
“Bertie the Bouncy Beachball” by Mandy Woolf
“Bertie the Bouncy Beachball” by Mandy Woolf 175 219 Reader Views Kids
“Bertie the Bouncy Beachball (The Toy Library Stories),” by award-winning author Mandy Woolf, and illustrated by Elmira Georgieva, opens the imagination while offering the timeless message of finding self-acceptance and nurturing self-worth. read more
“Just Janey’s Way” by Mandy Woolf
“Just Janey’s Way” by Mandy Woolf 175 219 Reader Views Kids
“Just Janey’s Way” is the story about a girl named Janey who, simply said, wants everyone to do things her way. Janey is at school and wherever she’s at – recess, the classroom, in the garden – she demands her classmates do things her way, including her friends. read more