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S2E24 What's Silly Hair Day With No Hair, with Author Norene Paulson Alopecia Life

    • Self-Improvement

Thank you for sharing your time with us today on Alopecia Life. The 2020 school year started off highly unusual for most of the world. Our kids were home for extended periods of time. Now that we're ramping up for the 2021 school year, school spirit, ways to express who we are with or without hair within the walls of the building and out on the playground or sports field can come rushing back. Author, Norene Paulson, writes a story to share Bea and how she finds solutions in her new book, What's Silly Hair Day With No Hair. It is such a pleasure to interview authors who are sharing a message and raising awareness of alopecia. Norene loves words. As a former language arts teacher, she was fortunate to share that love with middle school students for almost 20 years. Now, as a picture book author, she continues to share her love of words with young readers. 
Throughout the interview, we talked about inclusion, problem-solving, and ways to look at what can limit all of us, not just children, when we are left out,so-to-speak, from the celebrations. I've posted a few photos of ways parents and children have shared their unique ways of celebrating crazy or silly hair day. I'd love to see what you and your family have done. Feel free to share your photos in the comments.

To purchase What's Silly Hair Day with No Hair or to get in touch with Norene, check out the links below.
www.norenepaulson.com (website)
https://amzn.to/3p20XI0 (Amazon)
https://bit.ly/3aj1XU6 (Bookshop.com)
https://bit.ly/34st3Er (Barnes and Noble)

To contact Norene:
https://www.facebook.com/norene.paulson
https://www.instagram.com/nrpaulson/
https://twitter.com/NorenePaulson
Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/deeanngraham)

Thank you for sharing your time with us today on Alopecia Life. The 2020 school year started off highly unusual for most of the world. Our kids were home for extended periods of time. Now that we're ramping up for the 2021 school year, school spirit, ways to express who we are with or without hair within the walls of the building and out on the playground or sports field can come rushing back. Author, Norene Paulson, writes a story to share Bea and how she finds solutions in her new book, What's Silly Hair Day With No Hair. It is such a pleasure to interview authors who are sharing a message and raising awareness of alopecia. Norene loves words. As a former language arts teacher, she was fortunate to share that love with middle school students for almost 20 years. Now, as a picture book author, she continues to share her love of words with young readers. 
Throughout the interview, we talked about inclusion, problem-solving, and ways to look at what can limit all of us, not just children, when we are left out,so-to-speak, from the celebrations. I've posted a few photos of ways parents and children have shared their unique ways of celebrating crazy or silly hair day. I'd love to see what you and your family have done. Feel free to share your photos in the comments.

To purchase What's Silly Hair Day with No Hair or to get in touch with Norene, check out the links below.
www.norenepaulson.com (website)
https://amzn.to/3p20XI0 (Amazon)
https://bit.ly/3aj1XU6 (Bookshop.com)
https://bit.ly/34st3Er (Barnes and Noble)

To contact Norene:
https://www.facebook.com/norene.paulson
https://www.instagram.com/nrpaulson/
https://twitter.com/NorenePaulson
Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/deeanngraham)

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