Phoebe Dolls (tbt Guest Blog)

I wrote this guest blog last October for http://www.lelleco.com. The owner, Liene helped me create the Phoebe doll to go along with my book. She’s an adorable,  handmade doll. Unfortunately, she hasn’t become as popular as I hoped she would be. Because she is handmade, which takes time, love and attention, she is more expensive than your typical mass-produced factory made doll. If you are interested in owning one of these unique dolls or would like to purchase one as a gift for that special child in your life, please send me a message. Thanks for stopping by! ❤

illusion ... We recently had a very special collaboration with the American author of children's books Cheryl Woodward . He asked us to create a doll protagonist, a girl named Phoebe, his latest book inspired by his own experience with children who have difficulty writing or dyslexia. Phoebe was very successful and now the author is going nowhere without her book launch. When a doll is not only to play but creates excitement and hope in those who need it becomes more than a rag doll becomes a true friend ... But let him tell Cheryl same: "I wrote Phoebe and the Upside Down b after Working with dyslexic students for three years. Were My students in high school and Their Struggles With spelling inspired me to want to reach students Who Were just learning how to spell, Before They Were Diagnosed with a learning disability and bad habits before Were formed. Write Phoebe and "b" backwards after working with dyslexic students for three years. My students were in high school and her struggle with spelling inspired me to want to reach students were still just learning to write, before they were diagnosed with a learning disability and before bad habits to form.

Dolls creating illusion……
We recently had a very special collaboration with the American author of children’s books Cheryl Woodward . She asked us to create a doll protagonist, a girl named Phoebe, her latest book inspired by her own experience with children who have difficulty writing or dyslexia. Phoebe is becoming successful and now the author is going to  host a book and doll launch. When a doll is not only to play with but creates excitement and hope in those who need it becomes more than a rag doll, she becomes a true friend … But let Cheryl tell you the same:
“I wrote Phoebe and the Upside Down b after working with dyslexic students for three years. My students were in high school and their struggles with spelling inspired me to want to reach students who were just learning how to spell, before they were diagnosed with a learning disability and before bad habits were formed.

Phoebe is a little Girl Who Struggles With spelling. Even though other kids make fun of her, she persevere and Finds her own way of coping With Her Difficulties. She is still too young to be Given labels by the adults in her life, but she realizes early on, That she is special and she considers this her strength, not her weakness.  Phoebe is a girl who struggles with spelling. While other children tease her, she perseveres and finds its own way of dealing with their difficulties. She is still too young for that adults put labels in your life, but soon realizes that is special and considers it its strength, not its weakness.

Phoebe is a little girl who struggles with spelling. Even though other kids make fun of her, she perseveres and finds her own way of coping with her difficulties. She is still too young to be given labels by the adults in her life, but she realizes early on, that she is special and she considers this her strength, not her weakness.

thought it would be great to have a doll Phoebe with my book to give kids something to relate to. I looked on the internet for weeks someone who understood my vision and I found the perfect person in Liene with Lelleco Shop.

I thought it would be great to have a doll to go with my book to give kids someone to relate to. I looked on the internet for weeks for someone who understood my vision and I found the perfect person in Liene with Lelleco Shop.

The Phoebe doll was created to help children everywhere so they have someone who they can connect with while they’re going through their own growing pains of childhood. Whether it’s a learning disability or some other difficulty in their lives, having a friend like Phoebe is reassuring and comforting no matter what the circumstance is. Every time I have a book signing or story time and see the faces of children “light up” when they hold her, I know I did the right thing in finding Liene to help me create her. I can see the love, acceptance and kinship they  feel when they hug the Phoebe doll close to their heart.

Thank you, Liene for helping me to realize my vision of bringing smiles, love and understanding to children everywhere.

Cheryl Woodward
Children’s Book Author
For more information about the author and her books, visit her Facebook page . http://www.facebook.com/cherylwoodwardauthor.

We are grateful to Cheryl for giving us the opportunity to participate in this exciting history and for sharing her experience on this post. We are delighted that our dolls are able to create much excitement. Actually, every doll that we make has a piece of our heart. 🙂

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