Buy this best-selling children’s book that’s raising environmental awareness in youth.
My book reinforces positive values – having faith, belief, and perseverance – to preserve an endangered species.
This true friendship story for ages 6-9, shares the amazing relationship between a man and a rare bird that helped save the Whooping Cranes from extinction.
Lynn offers speaking programs to youth and adults about her story. She reinforces her message with an original song, “Keep Your Dreams Alive!”
Available in hardcover, paperback, ebook, and audiobook format. Lynn brings the captivating story of “Dancing With Tex” to life with original music and narration in the audiobook.
Quantity discounts are available. Contact Lynn to learn how to be a sponsor and support your favorite nonprofit.
Visit: Dancing With Tex website to see more details.
Teachers will appreciate using this Teacher’s Guide in the classroom. Each page draws upon common core values.
Student worksheet samples are included.
Take an unforgettable journey with stroke survivor, Roland Takaoka. While facing paralysis on his right side, Roland recognizes the importance of focusing on the positive in every situation.
He shares his adventures in the hospital, rehab, and at home with candor, humor, and optimism. Roland’s Story, Inspired By A Stroke, is a memoir for stroke survivors and their families that offers hope, healing, and transformation.
We have all been put on this Planet for a Reason and a Purpose. Sometimes we find that reason through love or affection of a certain Art or Talent and sometimes our Purpose is defined by our passion for making a difference in peoples’ Lives. At one point in time, we decide to make that Mission and Purpose timeless and to leave our Message as a Legacy for generations to come.
It’s considered the third leading cause of death in our country. Right behind heart disease and cancer. What is it?
Unfortunately, it’s unnecessary deaths and medical errors in our hospitals.
Ironically, Lynn also became a victim of a medical error in the hospital in 2008. Fortunately, she was able to overcome the challenges that happened.
It proves that no matter what – we all need to know how to stay safe in the hospital. Most importantly, be sure to have an advocate at your side.