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    Posted February 22, 2014 by
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    Sammy the Centipede Books Promote Wellness For Children

     
    Maria Luchsinger has announced the launching of her latest book in the Sammy the Centipede series she is writing for children on wellness topics. Sammy the Centipede Goes to the Dentist will join Sammy the Centipede Goes to the Chiropractor and Sammy the Centipede Goes to the Market. All Maria’s books are reviewed by experts prior to publication.

    Sammy the Centipede is a rainbow colored centipede who wears tennis shoes. He is loved by professionals and parents for his educational appeal and by children because of his bright colors and his ability to talk with them on their level. Maria says, “My goal in writing Sammy the Centipede books is to inspire, encourage and empower families to obtain optimal wellness.”

    Sammy the Centipede Goes to the Dentist was written at the request of dental community members who wanted an update to the current selection of books there are available on the subject for children. It is out just in time for Children’s Dental Health Month.

    “What a fantastic book. Maria has created a wonderful, entertaining, and educational story for the new and young dental patient. The colorful pictures and fun story will certainly make it one of your child’s favorites. Sammy will also help your child understand that going to the dentist is fun and exciting.”
    Brent Robinson, DDS

    For additional information about Sammy the Centipede books contact Maria Luchsinger by visiting her web site at http://www.marialuchsinger.com.

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