Sillwee Wobbert The Happy Heart Kid — 2001 Writer’s Digest National Self-Published Book Award

Sillwee Wobbert and Wheezing Will in the Big Game — 2003 Certificate of Merit, Writer’s Digest

“Aimed at the needs and fears of children with a particular medical condition, these Sillwee Wobbert health books help kids understand and accept their differences and sense their potential….”
The Catholic University of America Magazine

“A study using these books with newly diagnosed children at local county pediatric offices was a huge success. The assessment revealed how these resources were a catalyst for positive discussion and coping with these health conditions.”
Am. Lung Assoc. – Md

“These books are a Wealth of Health!”
The International Lions Club Magazine

“Uplifting and child-friendly books!”
Medical Library Association

“Sillwee Wobbert books allowed us to provide those little extra’s to children and their families that help make a more positive experience. The vision that went into these books is powerful!”
Children’s Hospital of Michigan

“New and impressive ‘Sillwee Wobbert’ series of uplifting and non-technical stories about health issues for young readers. With his heart shaped head, Sillwee Wobbert is engaging. The vividly colorful yet simple illustrations help this rhyming story and its deep, positive inner message come fully alive. Very Highly Recommended Reading!!!”
Midwest Book Review

“Enchanting tales for children that reinforces the celebration of who you are.”
Washington DC Families Magazine

“The Sillwee Wobbert books brought joy and smiles to our children and their families and added a level of assistance which went a long way in helping towards their recovery!”
Children’s National Medical Center

“They are perfect for parents, siblings, and teachers. And its message of acceptance with these health issues in an uplifting, non-technical way helps kids to appreciate their capabilities better.”
Johns Hopkins University Hospital, Baltimore, Md

“Sillwee Wobbert are wonderful books! Our families were so enchanted by them.”
National Institute of Health, Children’s Inn


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