Gabby is an energetic and curious puppy, who likes to find things. Your children will love following along, as Gabby discovers balls, socks, sticks, and even a toothbrush. One day, while she’s out exploring, Gabby sees something move. The “smallish something” turns out to be Katie, a clever and inspiring caterpillar. Your kids will share in the delight as Gabby and Katie meet, and will understand why, after playing together, they become “the best of friends”. Gabby reminds us that true friends will accept you for who you are, and also who you’re becoming, through a charming story that your kids will cherish and ask to read again and again.
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I’ve been called a social butterfly. I love meeting new people, and I’m comfortable being surrounded by strangers. It never seems to take long to find a connection or topics to discuss with a few people, or for that matter, a large group. I enjoy hosting gatherings, and am often the person leading group activities at events. Public speaking has always been a significant part of my professional responsibilities. I feel energized in front of an audience, whether I’m reading my new book to a group of children, teaching sociology or social dance, telling stories, or sharing trauma-informed ways to interact with survivors.
Creating memorable experiences for others is something I find rewarding. Professionally, I’ve organized and facilitated everything from workshops and trainings to annual events and scavenger hunts. At home, I’ve overhauled my house so that thirty people could come over, dressed as superheroes, to try to solve a murder mystery I designed.
Becoming the best version of myself is a priority. To facilitate growth, discovery, and change, I engage in learning, exploration, and introspection, to some extent, nearly every day.