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Wendy Gilhula Episode #52

Wendy Gilhula

Wendy Gilhula an educator, writer, kindness app creator, best-selling author of the Pika Bunny Learning Series, that teaches children about kindness. 

Wendy creates mobile applications for businesses that want to reward their employees for acts of kindness. Her books have been recommended by therapists, counselors, activists, and teachers alike. As a creative consultant, Wendy offers Pika Bunny Power Hours to help authors take their children’s manuscripts to the next level.

I am tutoring in a few minutes and can tag and post this evening!

Wendy Gilhula is an educator, writer, and best-selling author of the Pika Bunny Learning Series which focuses on life lessons children often face in a complicated world. Her books present tools to help children navigate such complexities with bravery, understanding, and kindness.

Ms. Gilhula’s books are a yearly feature at the New York City Book Expo America and Book Con. Ms. Gilhula has devoted her career, spanning over twenty years, to helping children. As a creative, she helps aspiring authors with creative feedback for their children’s book manuscripts and is the host of her own podcast debuting May, 2020. Her books have been recommended by therapists, counselors, activists, and teachers alike. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendygilhula/

Https://www.wendygilhula.com/subscribe 

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My freebie is the Practice Intentional Kindness App for those in the workplace. For businesses wishing to reward their employees, I have an app that I customize with logos and their lists of kind deeds. https://www.wendygilhula.com/onesheetgilhula 

Instragram: https://instagram.com/pikabunnysays

You’ll also find her on the home page

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