Hello to all!
My books are an emotional ladder for children to learn the challenges in life.
My background as a teacher taught me how to understand the potential of children and capture their imagination.
Writing triggers my spirit to delve deeply into the mind and heart of a child. I like to think that my books caress a child’s soul…so that children can empathize with the deaf child in Emma’s House of Sound, the blind boy in Dakota Help Me See the Light, and identify with Santa whose toys disappear in Oooh! Santa’s Toys Disappear in St. Augustine.
My books are fun! are fun! Through them children learn the prerequisites of life. I write with my heart to inspire children’s little souls.
Santa’s Visits St. Augustine and Oooh! Santa’s Toys Disappear in St.Augustine will be in the archives at the Historic Society. Jeff Davitt will be presenting this to Charles Tingley and Chief Librarian Bob Nawrocki.
MJ. Donated Dakota Help Me See the Light to the Florida School for the Deaf & Blind.
Blind students read it in Braille.
Elisha Zuaro, Reading Specialist.
Santa’s Toys Disappear and Santa Visits St. Augustine are in the archives at the St. Augustine Historical Society.
Pictured with MJ Hayes are Chief Librarian Bob Nawrocki & Sr. Librarian Charles Tingley
ABOUT MJ HAYES
MJ Hayes is an award winning author who has a passion for inclusion. She writes books from the perspective of children who are blind and deaf, and also encourages children to eat well through her book 'Thumbs Up'.