Adventures of the Sensokids “Oh Messy Me” – Book Promotion

Adventures of the Sensokids “Oh Messy Me” – Book Promotion

I received a copy of Adventures of the Sensokids “Oh Messy Me” ($18.99 value/Amazon) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

Ever wonder how important your senses are?

Did you know that humans possess seven as opposed to only five senses and how those two extra senses work?  These questions and many more are answered in Dr. Reema Naim’s new children’s book, Adventures of the Sensokids.

In her first children’s book,

Naim addresses the sense of touch and educates parents, educators, and children ages 5-8 about their sensory” superpowers” and the important role they play in enabling them to navigate their environment.

I personally found this book VERY informational.

Part One introduced the sensory powers, which explained our five senses in-depth, plus the two extra senses (including muscle activity and movement/balance).  Part Two introduced the Sensokids and explained how each Sensokid had their own sensory powers.

Part Three told about Nora’s Story

and how her senses were just not working like they should and how the Sensokids came to her rescue to help her with her senses.  This book also gives a lot of insight to parents and seeing the developmental stages of their kiddos.

This colorful children’s picture book can be purchased at your local bookstore or at Amazon.

About the Author

Dr. Reema Naim, OTD, OTR/L moved to the U.S. from the U.K. and attended USC, where she pursued a career in occupational therapy. She graduated with her MA, OTR/L and OTD and started her own private practice, OT Studios, in West Hollywood, CA.

She received her SIPT (sensory integration and praxis test) certification and created the Sensokids characters, which she uses to educate children, families and students about sensory integration and the major role our sensory systems play in daily life. Adventures of the Sensokids: Oh Messy Me is her first book.

Book artwork credit: Dr. Reema Naim


Cynthia Tait

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