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Moo’s New Friend is released!

The fourth Moo Family book, Moo’s New Friend, was finally released! I was excited and scared, since this children’s book touches on a very sensitive subject for many. I had the help of Sasha Moo’s real-life Mommy in writing and vetting it, so it is as accurate as we’re able to make it. Since there are so few books for children with different needs, Sasha Moo’s Mommy was definitely happy to help.

The book was initially on pre-order a few weeks before its July 4th, 2015 release date. All pre-order proceeds were donated to the Make-A-Wish foundation. Thanks to the Make-A-Wish foundation, Sasha Moo and her family were able to have a magical family adventure all together. No matter what the future brings for Sasha Moo, that memorable trip was made more special by everyone from Make-A-Wish to the employees at the magical place.

There are future plans for Sasha Moo to have her own series. Sasha Moo has a lot of friends who have similar stories. She wants their voices to be heard, too. You can find out more about LGS and Epilepsy on the LGS Wikipedia page, however the best resource for parents and family of LGS-sufferers is a good support group or forum.

You can click here to find out where to order your own copy of Moo’s New Friend. Please note the pre-order donation option is no longer available.

Jean Hopkins writes stories about whatever her mind can find words for. Jean spends her spare time reading Science Fiction, Fantasy, Romance and the odd Mystery book. She loves playing Strategy and RPG video games, doodling with her Digitizer (what they called ‘em before they called them Wacoms), and chasing her son and daughter everywhere. Jean Hopkins has a different name in the Real World. She goes by Jean Hopkins as a shout-out to her Grandmother, one of the largest influences in her life. Jean says: Hey guys! I hope you all enjoy reading my stories as much as I enjoyed dissecting plot-lines, cursing dialog, and getting lost in the lives of my characters. Have fun! Laura Flores writes as Jean Hopkins. Her art can be found under the name lorikitty.

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