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Timothia Sellers-Hogan presents her life-lesson instilling children’s book titled “Woodrow Meets the Twins: Woodrow’s Wagon Series Book 2”

This book will be on exhibit at the upcoming 2020 LA Times Festival of Books.


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“A sweet story about friendship, trust and having people in your life that are the ‘helpers’. Also it’s an opportunity for children to learn how things work, and expand their vocabulary in the process.”

The Woodrow Wagon Series is a colorful and engaging series about three unlikely friends: Woodrow the Cat, Frisco the dog and a boy named Jon, and the lessons shared within these pages will impact readers in positive ways in school and at home.
 
Author Timothia Sellers-Hogan talks about perception. Perception is how you see things. How we choose to look at things will make the difference in living a happier, loving and securing life. As Wayne Dyer says, if you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
 
Allow Woodrow, Frisco and friends to share this message through a classic tale of a cat who needs help from local firefighters to get down form a tree. This tale will help to instill trust in others, show us that anything can be accomplished when a community comes together, and most importantly that there is nothing that can’t be done when we believe in ourselves!
 
On the book’s official Amazon page, attorney and pet-lover Diana Sherwood’s editorial review says: “‘Woodrow Meets the Twins’ is an enchanting story about community, friendship and team work. Timothia’s endearing nature as a story teller reveals a lot about her own ideals as an advocate for helping the needy. This book is a must read, especially for those evenings with your children when you want to teach them about the importance of camaraderie and love.”
 
Immerse yourself in the child-friendly and lesson-instilling literature of Timothia Sellers-Hogan by supporting her book “Woodrow Meets the Twins: Woodrow’s Wagon Series Book 2” as she presents it this October 3rd to March 4th at the 2020 LA Times Festival of Books, or purchase a Kindle or paperback copy of it on Amazon.

Woodrow Meets the Twins: Woodrow’s Wagon Series Book 2
Author | Timothia Sellers-Hogan
Publisher | Woodrow Wagon LLC
Published Date | December 4, 2019
Genre | Children’s Books
ISBN-13 | 978-1989161913
Paperback Price | $15.99

About the Author

Timothia Sellers-Hogan, or “Timi” as she is known to her friends, is a mother, a writer, an Emmy nominated sound engineer, a pilot, a producer, a personal growth consultant, an inspirational speaker and a business entrepreneur. She is the truest example of a modern-day Renaissance woman. Born and raised in New York City, Timothia studied sound engineering at The Institute of Audio Research and quickly rose in her field to garner an Emmy Nomination for her work on the first season of Mr. Robot.

Timothia is the Executive Producer of Creative Path Productions LLC, a New York based film production company she created, and is currently working on a documentary. The company will also focus on feature films and streaming content. In addition to working tirelessly as an entrepreneur, Timothia still manages to devote her time and resources to charities like the Unstoppable Foundation.org and other organizations that feed children and the homeless.

As a pilot, Timothia soars into the horizon with the wind on her wings. As an author, Timothia delves into topics that help children navigate serious matters in a simple, educational and fun way. Her love of life is boundless. Her devotion to using her gifts in making this world a better place, endless.


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