Writing About Mental Health in Children’s Books
Description: Children’s book author Lindsay Ford is passionate about mental health for children, and talks about how her books help children.
Format: Video Q&A
Level: This presentation is for the beginning level author.
Author and Illustrator
Lindsay Ford is the owner/operator of bread+clutter, a multi-media design and brand company creating books, art and fashion in support of mental health and our inner weirdos. Lindsay has self-published Tommy Tutu, which is part of the Awkward + Awesome children’s book series; a reading revolution changing the way we think of the world and the people in it. When Lindsay is not creating books and managing her own business, she is raising her two-year-old daughter with her partner on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Find out more about what Lindsay is up to on her Instagram feed @breadandclutter.
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