Michelle Cox is a cancer survivor and author who has created a series of children’s booksentitled “The Mommy Readers Collection.” These books are designed to invoke a love of learning and reading in children with fun, interactive topics. Now, Ms. Cox, who is known as “Michelle, the Computer Lady,” has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the publication of these books as well as their marketing and distribution.
According to Michelle, “After I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, I received a wake-up call and I knew what my real life’s purpose was: to become a children’s book author and publisher. God knew this, too! I started writing while I was healing from surgery. I wrote my first book, Mommy, is the Computer Smarter than, Me?, to help children understand technology and develop a love of reading. Now, that the book has been written and the illustrations are completed, I need to have the book typeset and printed. With your help, your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and siblings will share this book to develop their love of reading. This will assist in creating lifelong, positive memories.”
The Kickstarter campaign, located at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/202565390/the-mommy-readers-collection, offers donors a chance to be a part of the publication of the first book of this series. For a pledge of $19 or more, donors will receive a copy of the book Mommy, Is the Computer Smarter Than Me? For more information on donating to this project or on the rewards associated with pledge levels, visit the Kickstarter page.
About Michelle Cox:
Michelle is a cancer survivor and mother whose passion is getting children interested in reading. The first book in her Mommy Readers Collection, entitled Mommy, Is the Computer Smarter Than Me?, introduces kids to technology and reading in a fun and interactive way. Now, Ms. Cox has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the publication, marketing and distribution of her book.
Company Name: ML Cox Media LLC
Contact Person: Michelle Cox
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Country: United States