Last Saturday, on February 2nd, my children Brain Color Fairy Tale celebrated her 22nd birthday. The first edition of Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift  was published in 1997 and the 2nd edition was published in 2011. Princes Shayna is the fairy tale version of What Color Is Your Brain?. 10% of the royalties from Shayna’s Invisible…

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When the New Year begins many people begin making decisions to achieve personal and professional goals and/or keep their New Year resolutions. Of course, individuals make decisions differently according to their Brain Color Personality, how they are motivated, and if they confidently say, “I think I can, I think I can,”  just like the little…

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This past week, I enjoyed my 2nd Author School Visit to the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Elementary School in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. I am working with  Laura Newcomer’s 5th grade Skills Block (Enrichment) class.  The students have begun an exciting new novel/book study unit and reading my children’ book, Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift. As the…

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In the 2nd edition of Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift I felt it was critical to include a section about dealing with Bully Behavior. When Princess Shayna visits each of the four villages in the Kingdom of Kindness I included the following paragraph. “Adults are accountable for teaching children the difference between _________ manners and…

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Below is the announcement I received about my interview on Bookmark online book club, TODAY! “Welcome to Bookmark Radio, the World’s Premier Online Bookclub. Our show guest today will be: Sheila Glazov, author of Princess Shayna’s Invisible, Visible Gift Where: Online When: TODAY: Monday February 27, 2012 Time: 3:00 PST (West Coast), 4:00 MST (Colorado, etc), 5:00…

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In the recent second edition of Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift, I included an introduction, which contains valuable information to help readers gain a better understanding of how to use the book before they begin their journey with Princess Shayna. Below are excerpts from the the introduction, which begins with a whimsical illustration of Sarah Spundah telling readers to STOP and read her important messages! “I am…

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It is a rare occasion to open the front page of a newspaper and read the headline and stories that are not are sad, disturbing and often violent. I was delighted to read a front page headline and story that was joyful, encouraging and educational. “Writing from Chicago” was the headline and the story feature 4 local Jewish authors. One of them…

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