Author Interviews

Anne Barbano's The Next Frontier

In the children's book A Different Kind of Safari, the boy named Ray tells the very DIFFERENT pink colored hippo, Rosie,, 'Your story sounds familiar Rosie, a lot like mine except I am more sad than happy.' Ray happens to be author Helen C. Hipp's son who has autism and contributed to the creation of this children's book. Ray tells me now as a young man that being bullied in his youth helped set the stage for a book that celebrates differences. Listening to Ray one gets the meaning of empowerment, understanding, and respect.
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Let's Talk About Kindness with Helen Hipp on Queens Stand Up!

In honor of world Kindness day we take a moment and meditate on this concept with Author Helen Hipp. Helen has written two children's books that are both focused on Autism and being different two topics that call upon humanity and our ability to be kind to one another.
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Helen Hipp in Ethical Marketing News

Special Needs Children’s Book Helps Parents Talk To Kids About Kindness And Empathy
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Speak Up Talk Radio Interview

Helen Hipp talked about Rosie and Friends: Positively Different with Speak Up Talk Radio with Pat Rullo.

Blog Talk Radio: Helen Hipp on Cin's Chat Corner

Listen to Helen Hipp talk about Rosie and Friends: Positively Different with Cin's Chat Corner of Blog Talk Radio.


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