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Suggested questions for Kathy Brodsky:
- How does your 40 years working as a psychotherapist influence the way you write books for children?
- Your newest children's book, Stover, is about a pig that goes to the gym to work out. Why did you choose a pig for this book?
- What inspired you to write a children's book about getting fit and eating right?
- Why did you consult with a nutritionist and health teacher in writing the book?
- Your children's books, including Stover, include questions after the story. Why do you make the questions open-ended and not include the answers?
- What's your most important advice for parents who want to encourage their kids to eat healthy foods and get plenty of exercise?
- What can parents do to prevent their children from being victimized by bullies?
- How have schools used your previous kids' books and how would you like to see them use Stover?
- Why is your website titled Helpingwords.com and how does this relate to your work as a psychotherapist?
- What inspired you to write your first children's book, My Bent Tree?
- How do you get ideas for your children's books?
- I understand there is an interesting story about how you met Cameron Bennett, the illustrator for your books. How did it come about?
- What is the story behind your next children's book?
- What are the most important lessons you hope kids will take away from your books?
Visit Kathy Brodsky's public website at: www.Helpingwords.com
Media Contact is Michelle Tennant: Michelle@publicityresults.com, 828-749-3200. or blog www.StorytellerToTheMedia.com