Children and YA Writers Talk Podcast

Wilhelmina’s Wish

About Wilhelmina’s Wish: Fly along with Wilhelmina, a fairy with a unique unibrow. She wants to change the way she looks, but it’s not that easy. In this meaningful poetic story, your child will learn that one of the most important things in life is to be grateful with what you’ve got.

In a conversation on Writers Talk with host Jerry Fabyanic, Lisa discusses the profound life lessons that can be learned by both children and adults about self-acceptance and self-image by reading Wilhelmina’s Wish . She talks about how the “hidden people” like fairies help children understand how to solve problems, what does Wilhelmina have to say about being grateful, and that we don’t see ourselves as others see us.

Lisa explains how it’s important for people, especially children, to be comfortable in their own skin, that other people’s opinions shouldn’t dictate how you perceive your own beauty. She says that is why Wilhelmina came to life: To help children identify with their own beauty both inside and out.

About Lisa: Lisa Reinicke is a novelist, storyteller, speaker, blogger, and award-winning, best-selling author of 35 children’s works. She is the author of a 2018 Book Excellence Award Finalist, Football Flyboy, and four children’s picture books, including…

  • 2018 Purple Dragonfly Honorable Mention Bart’s Escape Out the Gate and 2018 Book Excellence Award Winner in the Friendship category,
  • 2018 Purple Dragonfly Honorable Mention, and 2017 Gold Mom’s Choice Award for lifetime literary excellence for Wings and Feet,
  • and Arnold, the Cute Little Piggy with Personality.

Lisa has appeared on local TV shows and presents at elementary schools and bookstores. She is the majority holder of Our House Publications. Her stories have been published in three collective recordings for distribution for A Goodnight Sleep Company.

Lisa produces online (virtual) training for automotive service advisors and technicians, serving also as head writer and on-camera talent in the videos.

Lisa’s books are entertaining yet focused on social issues that engage children and parents to discuss. Her children’s books are uniquely different, focusing on topics from physical differences to adoption and physiological disorders that help children overcome the stigma of being different.  Lisa passionately works to raise money for charities that improve children’s lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually including Mercy Ships, Mercy Project, and the FHS Society.

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