Melissa Productions Announces Fourth Wunderkind Family Children’s Chapter Book Now Available For Sale

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Melissa Perry Moraja, CEO of Melissa Productions, announces her newest Wunderkind Family modern-fantasy children’s chapter book is available for sale on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and countless local and online bookstores with a percentage of all Wunderkind Family children’s book proceeds going to find a cure for type 1 diabetes.

The Wunderkind Family

Madison and GA (My Guardian Angel) The Tale of the Messed Up Talent Show

The Wunderkind Family children's books are about family, friendships, and growing up."

Melissa Perry Moraja, CEO of Melissa Productions, announces her fourth Wunderkind Family modern-fantasy children’s chapter book, Madison and GA (My Guardian Angel): Tale of the Messed Up Talent Show, is available for sale on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and countless local and online bookstores. This comically illustrated and entertainingly written children’s chapter book arrives just in time for the holiday season. A percentage of all Wunderkind Family children’s book proceeds will go to helping find a cure for type 1 diabetes.

“The Wunderkind Family children's book series is about family, friendships, and growing up. The Wunderkind siblings are just discovering how extraordinarily gifted they are. But not without a lot of hilarious and humble moments,” shares Melissa. “Madison is the only Wunderkind that can see and hear her guardian angel. The special part of this story is that her guardian angel isn’t perfect and is learning and growing-up just like Madison, creating lots of funny kid messed up moments.”

In the riveting Madison and GA (My Guardian Angel): Tale of the Messed Up Talent Show, the beloved Madison Wunderkind, a sweet and honest girl, finds herself in trouble with the principal again. But this time she’s not alone. And she’s counting on her klutzy, curious guardian angel, GA, to help her. The story begins three days prior to the highly anticipated talent show at Gator Elementary. Sophia, the most popular fifth-grade girl at the school, asks Madison to hang out and plan this year’s extraordinary show. Instantly, Madison becomes Little Miss Popular and sadly soon discovers that being Little Miss Popular isn’t all it was cracked up to be. After being deemed Little Miss Popular, Madison’s best friends begin to ignore her, her brothers are angry at her, and her guardian angel is irritated by her snobbish attitude. For a full synopsis of Madison and GA (My Guardian Angel): Tale of the Messed Up Talent Show, please visit http://www.melissaproductions.com.

“A percentage of my children’s book proceeds will go towards finding a cure for type 1 diabetes. Parents need to understand that this disease can happen to any child. I’m still in shock that my daughter has it. And I’m even in more shock when people say, ‘If she just stopped eating sweets, she’d be healthy.’ My daughter is thin and active, and sweets had nothing to do with her getting this disease. It happened randomly. This disease is so different than type 2 diabetes,” said Melissa.

Melissa is a huge advocate and supporter for type 1 diabetes. Her daughter was diagnosed with this life-altering disease on November 4, 2011. It is believed that a virus triggered this disease. Children living with this disease have to prick their fingers 8 – 12 times a day and are 100% insulin dependent until there is a cure. Managing a type 1 diabetic child’s blood sugar isn’t easy. Everything affects it—the weather, what they eat, worrying about taking an exam, excitement during a sports tournament, and even dreaming during sleep.

The Wunderkind Family series is a collection of humorous, modern-fantasy children's stories, each told by one of the four whimsical Wunderkind sibling characters, about what it’s like growing up as a kid with extraordinary abilities in an unusual, yet charming family in the small town of Boring Brook. (Target age: 6 – 12 years old).

About JDRF: The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is a global leader in the fight against type 1 diabetes (T1D). Their mission is to discover, develop and deliver advances that cure, treat and prevent Type 1 Diabetes. For more information on JDRF, please go to http://www.jdrf.org.

Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease where the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas have been destroyed. With type 2 diabetes a person’s pancreas isn’t producing enough insulin or their body has become insulin resistant a result of being overweight and not exercising.

About Melissa Productions, Inc.:

Melissa Perry Moraja is an entrepreneurial mom, a multifaceted business woman and a creative producer, authoring and illustrating numerous children’s stories and self-help books. Founded in 2009, Melissa Production’s mission is to offer humorous, inspirational products and services that promote self-awareness, creative learning, and leadership with the family in mind. With popular story book characters like Splatter, she speaks to children’s hearts through humor and parents thoughts by providing educational stories. For more information, please visit http://www.melissaproductions.com.

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Melissa Perry Moraja
Founder and CEO, Melissa Productions, Inc.
704-246-7304
http://www.melissaproductions.com

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