Virtual Event: Children’s book Author reading for kids: Lolo’s Superpower by Leslie Pitt Schneider
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Virtual Event: Children’s book Author reading for kids:  Lolo’s Superpower by Leslie Pitt Schneider

Join us for a book reading for your younger children with Leslie Pitt Schneider, author of Lolo's Superpower. Together We Rise. This is a great opportunity to connect while adhering to social distancing. Together We Rise.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/25/2020
When: Thursday, June 25
1:00 pm
Where: Zoom: Link will be sent to all registrants morning of event
United States
Contact: Kathy Martin/ Courtney Nelson

Online registration is available until: 6/24/2020
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About the Author

Leslie Pitt Schneider has been called a “globe-trotting humanitarian,” but she started out as a little girl who dreamed of making the world a better place. Leslie is educated in law, nursing, global health and human rights. After a 25-year career in healthcare, she shifted paths to pursue her passion to help children with differing abilities by starting the global nonprofit organization, Project Lolo.

When Leslie was six, she lost her left leg above the knee, she knows what it is like to be a child longing to be seen for who she really is, beyond her differing physical abilities. She wrote Lolo’s Superpower to help children embrace differing abilities that make them amazingly unique.

Leslie lives near Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis, Minnesota, close to her family. She shares her space with two well-loved cats, Aksel and Oskar.

About the Book:

Lolo was a doll who lived in a toy store. Lolo lived alone on the very bottom shelf while lots and lots of other dolls lived on the other shelves.

Lolo didn't really look like the other dolls. But Lolo really loved being so different--it was a superpower, no less.

Every day, Lolo woke up with a big smile and gave a great, big Lolo smile to all of the children looking for their forever friend. Would Lolo able to find who Lolo was looking for? And would Lolo be able to teach them that being different can be a power all its own?



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