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Post Launch news!

Happy to announce that we made McNally's top ten list and best picks for young readers list last week! Even Spots, Dots...and the Nots?! made the list.  

Sept 8, 2014 McNally Robinson, Saskatoon, SK EMPOWER HIM joint Book Launch

Fawn Nielsen and Carey Rigby-Wilcox launched their new books: Art, his Heart...and the Phlart?! and My Dad Couldn't Read The turn out was fantastic! Thanks to everyone who came out and thank you for all of your emails, comments and encouragement for the important work we are doing.  

WORD on the STREET Festival in Saskatoon September 21st 2014

Looking forward to word on the street. Here are some great memories of past festivals!     

STR8UP and Gangs: The Untold Stories lands on the Bestseller list at McNally Robinson.

STR8UP and Gangs remains on the best seller list since its launch on May 14 at McNally Robinson Bookstore in Saskatoon.  The second launch at White Buffalo Youth Lodge was equally successful.  The men are thrilled that the book has been so well received within our community...and beyond.   Thank you to Aloys Fleischmann of Festivale Photomedia for capturing the launch; below Cory Cardinal and Phillip Bear greet guests and sign copies...

REGINA Launch for Hear My Heart Books

Hear My Heart Books launches new books in REGINA Chapters Southland Mall, 2625 Gordon Road, Regina Come out and support local authors and illustrators on May 4th at 7:00 pm  Captain Ed’s Fire Safety Book teaches kids how to stay safe in case of a fire in his new children’s book with built-in fire safety plans. This is a ‘MUST DO’ family project! ‘Crisis Management Series’ written by Fawn Einarson...

CONGRATULATIONS Alison Uitti First Days: Wall of Tears Book Launch is on May 2nd at McNally Robinson in Saskatoon

'First Days:  Wall of Tears' promises to be just as engaging as the first book 'First Days: Night Movies'. As in the first book, the main character (a newcomer child) describes her thoughts and feelings but often doesn’t have the words to say.  She also doesn’t have the words to describe her own post-traumatic stress symptoms make her feel inside. Keeping her own trauma hidden is no longer an option,...

What are you doing for Pink Revolution Week?

Consider attending an event and/or buying an anti-prejudice book such as: Available for sale on March 23rd - Readings and signings at: Avenue Community Centre - Fawn will be sharing her story with youth at the Rainbow Coffee on March 21st at 4:30pm.     Indigo Bookstore Saskatoon on Saturday, March 24 @ 1pm McNally Robinson Bookstore Saskatoon on Saturday, March 31st @ 1pm  http://us1.campaign-archive1.com/?u=515d469ef147512b1e779e6a8&id=d837cb89dd&e= Check out the events offered...

First Days: Wall of Tears

ALISON UITTI is preparing to launch her second book "First Days Wall of Tears", which promises to expose a little more of the newcomer child's past.  Hiding her post traumatic stress symptoms is getting more difficult. Keeping her own trauma hidden is no longer an option, when the main character (a newcomer child) begins to learn about residential school survivors.  During the school's annual honouring ceremony, the young newcomer makes...

Feb. 21/12 Global News interview with Ed Onishenko and Carey Rigby-Wilcox

Global News interviews Captain Ed and Carey Rigby-Wilcox about Captain Ed's Fire Safety Book.

First Days: Night Movies short listed

CONGRATULATIONS to...   ALISON UITTI - First Days Night Movies has been short listed for a Children's Literature Award by the Saskatchewan Book Awards. Take a look at Canadian culture through the eyes of a newcomer child... and discover how she finds solice in First Nations traditions.  Take a look at:  http://hearmyheartbooks.myshopify.com/collections/night-movies/products/first-days-night-movies Alison's second book First Days Wall of Tears will be released in the Spring of 2012.  Keeping her own trauma hidden is no longer an option...

STR8-UP and Gangs: The Untold Stories

COMING SOON...  At risk youth need the experience of those who have been incarcerated. Who better to provide the knowledge of how to avoid gang affiliation, the tremendous price one pays for such a lifestyle, and the risks and inevitable hardships associated with it? STR8-UP and Gangs: The Untold Stories is a compilation of true life stories written by 13 ex-gang members. These men appreciate the opportunity to give back...

COMING SOON...Spots, Dots and the Nots?!

Conversations about bullying are as evident in the classroom as they are in the boardrooms of North America, or in the living room of every home.  Prejudice exists in our minds, when we choose to look for differences in each other rather than similarities. The things that we perceive to keep us apart actually define how similar we are. That is the moral of this story.   When the Red...

FIRST DAYS: Night Movies

Alison Uitti's first novella "First Days: Night Movies, got a lot of attention at the SK Prevention Institute's 2011 conference in Saskatoon.   Anyone working with newcomer children can appreciate the need for stories written at a lower grade level with a preteen feel to them.  This little book addresses some big issues and leaves the reader wanting more... which is just what we're going to get.  Alison is currently...

WORD on the STREET Festival in Saskatoon

The Word On The Street festival in Saskatoon will be held in downtown Saskatoon on Sunday, SEPTEMBER 25, 2011.  The event takes place from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. in front of the library on 23rd Street and inside the library. Hear My Heart Books will be featuring their Crisis Management Tools for children!  Come and see what's new!   "Gilly the Gopher" will steal your heart and teach you about...

PAATA March 21-22, 2011

 Fawn will be presenting "Crisis Management Tools for Children" at the: Prince Albert & Area Teachers’ Convention 2011  Date:      Monday, March 21st  Time:      1-2 pm Place:     Carlton Comprehensive High School                665 28th St. E                 Prince Albert, SK 

Launching crisis management tools for children in Regina, SK

Hear My Heart Books to introduce new "Crisis Management tools" for children to Regina and surrounding communities at the Regina Networking Session/Holiday Celebration on December 9th. Come out and meet "JAY!" If you work with children you won't want to be left out of the loop! Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who may be interested! Pls RSVP your attendance to Hilary (569-1368) or April (334-3630)   

CBC Radio Interview

Tune in to CBC Radio on Tuesday, November 30th, at 12:30pm, as Garth Matterie interviews Fawn Einarson, announcing the launch of Jay, the first crisis management tool for children created by Hear my Heart Books Inc.