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The Lazy Dog and the Quick Fox: An Action Maze Adventure In Holochromatic Color Paperback – June 22, 2016
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From the Back Cover
The author, Ms. Rebecca Rose Orton, otherwise known simplyas Reba Orton, was born Deaf. The first time that she published a poem was injunior high school for a student talent booklet. In high school, she took aclass in journalism that covered page layouts and another class called"Basic Print" where she learned how to print lines the old fashionedway with metal pieces of type from a California job case. She learned aboutword processing on a KayPro desktop computer. She decided against buying anApple C laptop and bought a Sanyo Silver Fox PC in 1986 because it had a wordprocessor on it. The computer even had a dot matrix printer bundled with it.After purchasing nine computers in sequence, she's still using a word processoras of 2016, which is 30 years later!
About the Author
Ms. Rebecca Rose Orton was born deaf. She learned American Sign Language again after being away from the Deaf community for nearly 20 years. After returning to her Deaf origins, she had at least 20 years of signing experience and considers herself bilingual and bi-cultural within both the Deaf community and the hearing world.
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Reading The Lazy Dog and the Quick Fox: An Action Maze Adventure In Holochromatic Color by Rebecca Rose Orton is a great choice for children because it helps to strengthen their cognitive skills. When the mind is challenged, it causes the brain to process and problem solve more effectively. I personally always love these types of books because it focuses on the educational aspects of a child’s early development. Once these processes are introduced to a child, they will continue to use these same types of thinking patterns in adulthood. Great job, Rebecca.