We Do Listen Foundation News Spring and Summer 2013 – Howard B. Wigglebottom Series

Posted in News & Blogs by - May 06, 2013
We Do Listen Foundation News Spring and Summer 2013 – Howard B. Wigglebottom Series

We Do Listen Foundation sent us their latest news dated May 5th, 2013. The We Do Listen Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) Non Profit Corporation. They create entertaining, educational books, videos, games and songs to help children learn how to listen, learn life lessons and feel good about themselves. They publish the amazing children’s Howard B. Wigglebottom series of books. Read Special Needs Book Review’s interview with the author of this series, Howard Binkow, here.

We Do Listen Foundation News

  •  As of now, our website can be viewed on an Ipad and Iphone by downloading the Puffin app. It’s free for 14 days and then cost $2.99.
  • Children can make & color stick paper puppets with 5 of the characters from our books Click on the Color and Write Your Own Book arrow
  •  We also have a new book :Howard B. Wigglebottom on Yes or No: A Fable About Trust. It is the twelfth book in our series. It will be available for sale on our website mid June and in bookstores in August. Posters are already available to be printed from the site.
  • Our thirteenth book, Howard B. Wigglebottom and Manners Matters will be available in September
  • We now offer Free Skype-Video author visits for PK-3 elementary school students. Contact: info@wedolisten.com
  • Wigglebottom books are being translated into Chinese, French, Korean and Spanish.
  • You can also connect with Howard B. Wigglebottom Books on TWITTER and FACEBOOK!

Have a wonderful summer, and don’t forget, we do want to hear from you!

The We Do Listen TeamHoward B. Wigglebottom Learns About Bullies

Lorna d’Entremont adds:

Read interview with Howard Binkow.

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This post was written by Lorna
Lorna d’Entremont: Co-owner of SentioLife Solutions, Ltd. the company behind KidCompanions Chewelry (2007) and SentioCHEWS (2013), mother of three, grandma of 5 and wife. She is a retired teacher and special needs advocate. Throughout she has taught all levels from grade 2 to grade 9. Lorna loved teaching and enjoyed seeing the students progress in the school system. During her 30 year career she took a few years off to raise her three children.