Author: Shlomi Almoslinos
Shlomi is a preschool educator, Kids yoga teacher, balloon twister, book lover, and intermediate surfer. He lives with his family in Sydney, Australia and is the founder of Yoga4kids – Sydney. He has been practicing Yoga more than a decade and completed his kids Yoga training and Yoga teacher training in 2014 and 2015 respectively.
He holds a Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care and has been working with preschoolers since 2016. Shlomi feels that his first book “Yogi on a Journey” is an asset for parents, educators and children, and believes that it has two main functions: One, to present an attractive way to teach the young generation the most common flow in the world of Yoga, the Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar). And two, that the book will function as a beautiful adventure story that reminds us we are all, like the Sun, can shine our uniqueness in our own way.
Martina Parker is is a holistic therapist of over 20 years specializing in reflexology and reiki. Through her holistic work she became aware of the amazing powers of gratitude -and decided to share this knowledge.
Lisa Wee debuts as author/illustrator, “Li Na is my name, Dixi Books Publishing, UK. Lisa has illustrated several picture books for prominent organizations and self-published authors. Her quaint, quirky and vibrant illustrations are inclusive, embracing diversity in celebrating the lives of children from all walks of life, whether they come from adopted families, same-gender families or blended families.
Angela Delf lives in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. As she was constantly looking for ways to declutter, organize, and simplify her life at home, this book was born. In addition to writing, she enjoys reading, running, coaching soccer, volunteering at her children’s school, and traveling.
Melissa Brady Petrillo
Melissa Brady Petrillo is an educator in New Jersey with a passion for promoting empathy and inclusivity in her classroom. Melissa earned her education and English degrees from Caldwell University, followed by her master of arts degree in educational leadership.
Cynthia Carla has a deep respect for all life, and the unified love we all share with each other. Cynthia wrote The Who That I Am when she took time to sit with her inner light and allow the uniqueness that is within her to shine through.
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Sylvia Melton is the author of The Happy Birds Series (Spread Your Wings and Can I Give you Hug). She lives in Texas with her son and husband. She has always loved to draw, illustrate, and tell stories.
Cora Lyndon is a freelance journalist and all-round pen-to-hire with a penchant for making up silly stories to keep her children amused. Fortunately, Cora’s writing skills have improved since her debut book – The Little Girl and the Dog, written and illustrated by a 6-year-old Cora. She lives with her husband and children who inspire her to keep writing stories.
Andrea Lopez Olatunji (bilingual)
Andrea Olatunji has gained valuable expertise with diversity and multicultural environments. She developed a passion for languages and cultures early on in her twenty-year-plus career.