Check out my interview with Kerry of Body.Mind.Lyme http://www.kerryjheckman.com/blog/the-lyme-interview-karen-gloyer . Help us bring the message about Lyme Disease to more children and their families by supporting our Indiegogo campaign. Thank you for your continued support!
There are only a few days left to donate to my Indiegogo campaign. The campaign ends on August 20th. My goal is to get this book in the hands of as many children as possible. Funds from this campaign will put books in schools and doctors' offices across the country.
Nick the Tick Fights Children's Lyme Disease!
"Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick" helps educate children and families about the dangers of Lyme Disease | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
I have started an Indiegogo campaign to bring "Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick" to more of a national level. Thank you for your continued support.
Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick goes nationally!
This campaign is designed to raise awareness of Lyme Disease on a more national level. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
Check out my live interview with WTVR, CBS 6 for Virginia this Morning. Thank you for your continued support!
Look what the Midwest Book Review had to say about Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick:
Abby and her favorite four-footed friend Chowser discover all kinds of creatures while walking in the wild, wild woods one day. What they don't expect to find is Nick, a no good, icky, black-legged tick. Children ages 3 to 12 will find out what happens when Nick the icky tick finds Abby and Chowser -- and the lessons they learn about how to stay safe on future outdoor adventures! A deftly written and charmingly illustrated story with a very strong but thoroughly 'kid friendly' health safety message for children and families the importance of tick prevention and awareness, "Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick" is unreservedly recommended for family, preschool, elementary school, and community library collections. Of special note is are the helpful tips and an Afterword by Dr. Kenneth B. Singleton who is a leading U.S. authority on Lyme disease treatment and prevention.
CBS 6 interview with Karen Gloyer on her battle with Lyme Disease and her new book Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick:
ABC 8 piece on Karen Gloyer's new book Nick, the No Good, Icky Tick: