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WILMINGTON, NC, March 30, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Multi-award winning children's book author Dr. Nicole has announced eight new children's books in the Felix and Booboo series. The full series of books is available in both French and English. All of the books in the series can be used by educators and medical professionals to help kids understand that some medical conditions are normal and are not to be feared or avoided. All of them received 5 stars review from Readers' Favorite.
The eight English books in the Felix and Booboo series include:
Amy Has A Rash - Chickenpox
Lea Does Not Feel Well - Gastroenteritis
Maya Visits Her Doctor - Vaccinations
Maya's Head Is Itching - Lice
Special Food For Sam - Allergies
Felix Is Curious About His Body - The Human Body
Lucas Has An Earache - Otitis
Charles Hurt Himself Playing - Broken Arm
"Writing children's books is a way for me to give back and be a positive resource to the community. It is a way that I can positively express myself while having some fun and at the same time be a positive role model for both children and caregivers. I am very proud to receive the highest review from Readers' Favorite for my books. Next month, Publisher's Weekly will publish a Q and A on my work."
In the traditions of Walt Disney and Dr. Seuss, Dr. Nicole breathes life into inanimate objects and wildly entertaining characters that engage children in powerful ways. Through the parent/child interaction, her works develop a love for reading while helping children develop the most important skill of all - critical thinking. If a child can master the art of critical thinking, nearly everything else falls into place.
Dr. Nicole's books have won a large number of international awards. A full listing of the awards can be found on her website.
All of Felix and Boobo books have received highly favorable reviews. In a recent review for one of the books, Vernita Naylor, a reviewer for Readers' Favorite stated, "Children have a lot of questions and the books in the Felix and Booboo Series have the answers. To keep your child engaged in learning, Dr. Audet has posed questions for your child to help gauge their understanding of the subject, while giving advice to parents as well." Mamta Madhavan added: "Dr. Nicole Audet's Felix and BooBoo series is a must-have in all homes and school libraries as the author discusses falling sick and visiting the doctor in a fun way, and her characters in these books make the stories interactive for young readers."
Dr. Nicole also received recognition as one of Quebec's Top 10 Women by the Maman Dion Foundation. The Maman Dion foundation was founded by Thérèse Tanguay-Dion, known as Maman Dion, a television personality and the Céline Dion's mother. The Maman Dion Foundation is an educational foundation that provides support to underprivileged children in the form of clothing, eyewear and school supplies.
Dr. Nicole has sold over 150,000 books in her career. She is highly regarded for her work with children's books and a health guide for families. Her goals are to create in children a love for reading and to create interaction and engagement.
No-charge copies of any of her books are available for University teachers, journalists and members of the media who provide email, website, mail address and phone number.
Dr. Nicole is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below. Journalists who wish to receive a copy of the books for review or might wish to schedule an interview can email firstname.lastname@example.org. All of her English and bilingual works are available on Amazon, AuthorHouse, and other quality book retailers. Free coloring pages are available upon request by sending an email to the author. More information is available at her website at http://www.DrNicoleBooks.com.
Dr. Nicole Audet holds a Master degree in medical education. She is a professional writer and an engaging speaker. She has worked in Clinical Practice (emergency, family doctor office, University of Montreal affiliated teacher and Lecturer in the Department of Pediatrics of McGill University). She has been the Editor in Chief of the French medical magazine 'Le Médecin du Québec'. She has presented at many international, national and provincial medical congresses and has managed medical teaching clinics, medical magazines and medical research in computer science. Her books have received many international and national awards.
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