Meet Becca Eisenberg and Mindy Winebrenner, authors of A Tale of the Monkey Balloon, on July 27th from 6:30-8:30pm.
A Tale of the Monkey Balloon
Uh-oh Mimi's Monkey Balloon has floated off! Where has it gone? Come along with Mimi as she looks for her Monkey Balloon in all her favorite bedtime story places? Where will Mimi find her lost balloon?
A Tale of The Monkey Balloon is a book that your child will want to read again and again. And just like the first book, you will learn how to expand your child’s language skills and optimize learning with literacy and educational tips written by co-authors Rebecca Eisenberg and Mindy Winebrenner. Our experience as educators spans over 15 years, which has helped us create a language and learning experience your child shouldn’t miss!
About Becca and Mindy
From their website
Rebecca Eisenberg, MS, CCC-SLP is a certified speech language pathologist, author, instructor and parent of two young children. She has multiple games and a workbook published by Super Duper Publications. She has enjoyed working with children ages 2 and up with multiple disabilities in a variety of settings for the past fourteen years. Rebecca has always loved and treasured children’s books. Her favorite books growing up included Curious George, Corduroy, The Giving Tree and The Frog and Toad Collection. She is passionate about using children’s books to facilitate language and teach children valuable lessons. Rebecca began her blog www.gravitybread.com to create a resource for parents to help make mealtime an enriched learning experience.
Mindy Winebrenner, MEd, is an early childhood special educator, author, family-coach and a parent of two young boys. As a child, her dream was to become a children’s author and illustrator. Mindy has enjoyed working in and out of the classroom with young children and has been advocate in promoting inclusion. While teach in an inclusive pres-school classroom, Mindy has been able to develop her own stores, as well as adapt current books in order to meet the needs of her students. Currently, Mindy works with young children and their families, ages birth to five, with developmental disabilities. Mindy lives with her husband, two sons and Chihuahuas in Elliott City, Maryland.