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Stories to help children and families through every day challenges

Meet the Author

Heather E. Wisely. Ed.D

Heather was born and raised in Southern California.  As an avid learner, she earned her Doctorate degree in Education with a specialization in Teaching & Learning.

Heather spent several years in Social Work helping foster youth and homeless veterans. She enjoys writing books to help children and family on subjects ranging from overcoming anxiety to combating bullying with kindness.

She currently lives in the Bay Area with her children, husband, and Husky, Echo.

 
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Pen name: Heather E. Robyn

What Readers Are Saying

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Super Max's Ultimate Try is such a great book that highlights children trying new things and overcoming the challenges that they face. The story is so relatable and really helps kids understand that they may experience struggles as they try new things, but that if they tap into their own power, they can do anything they want, and excel at it! I also love the graphics of this book so much because they highlight diversity and provide great representation for all different types of kiddos. And I love that we have more books that introduce rugby as an option for young ones. Highly recommend!!
Alison Paul Klakowicz, BA, MS
Alison Paul Klakowicz, BA, MSHost and Creator of Hodge Podge Podcast and Blog
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The message of this story is one so many children (and adults) can relate to. Anxiety can prevent us from accomplishing our goals and it is so very important to learn how to control the symptoms.
Dr. Jana Broecker
Dr. Jana Broecker
Author and Scientist
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This is probably one of the best books we read in the last couple of months. And I’m not just saying that because of the main character being a dinosaur, the kids being very diverse, the rhymes flowing beautifully, or the illustrations being magnificent. What we loved most in fact was how the main character and the other kids in the book underwent a significant personal development that was visualised in the book through art (Spoiler: The dino starts out as being grey = mainly invisible to others, and turned colourful towards the end = having found a true friend and recognition for who he is). Overall, a great read that I’ll recommend to my sons’ preschool and school, respectively.
Lori B.
Lori B.
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Deployment homecoming videos always make me cry, so it's no wonder that my eyes got a little misty when I read about Max & her dad’s reunion at the school assembly in “Super Max’s Hero Surprise.” Most people associated with the military know what it's like to either be deployed themselves or to have a loved one that is or was deployed at some point. Separation like that is hard on the heart, mind, body, and soul for everyone involved, which is why deployment homecomings are so special, overwhelming, and emotional. It's nice to see resources like this available to help support military families while also educating or sensitizing other Americans to the unique challenges that military families face at the same time. This book would be excellent for elementary teachers to read to students during the Month of the Military Child (i.e., April).
Katie Weaver
Katie Weaver
Author of When the Sky Roars
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I LOVE the fun, punchy rhymes- it makes this a great read-aloud! This story is very relatable and has a great lesson (but it’s not overly in your face - my kids hate those books lol) — this is the perfect balance. These lines gave me goosebumps (pictured): “Gilly was relieved that they addressed their great concern. ‘Cause no one can do better if they never get to learn”. It’s a great reminder for kids (and grownups, too). I also LOVE that the author uses vocabulary that is a bit more challenging— it’s a great way for kids to learn new words!
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Pain, loss, grief, is there any one way in which people react? No. Heather E Robyn's Group does a great job of portraying all the ways in which people can react to the loss of a loved one and the process through which each can recover. This book also delves into general mental health and red flags we can be looking for in loved ones who are going through traumatic times.
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