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Book details
  • Genre:HEALTH & FITNESS
  • SubGenre:Children’s Health
  • Language:English
  • Pages:58

The Dog Who Saved Pleasantville

A "Tail" Of Lifestyle Choices for Kids and Their Parents

by Team Wlody

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Overview
Lifestyle choices, healthy eating, exercise, bike riding, caring for our environment and moral lessons are all wrapped up in this fun, illustrated, educational book! The effects of eating processed foods and too much sugar are making people sick. Kids and parents will love this book! It will create a dialogue, and get them excited to be proactively involved in their own food choices, and activities, while fostering awareness about how to treat our planet. Everyone should have a chance to grow up strong and healthy and to be able to pursue their dreams. Change begins with a choice.
Description
It all began when Sugarman's processed food factory came to town. The people of Pleasantville have been slowly transformed into a zombie-like existence from eating Sugarman's products. The once green rolling hills have turned brown and the lakes and streams have become polluted! Traveling across the country are Kato and his human parents known as Team Wlody. They notice DARK MURKY MUCK lurking in the sky over Pleasantville, so they stop to see what's causing it. What they find can happen anywhere. They set about to help their new friends Jake and Karen restore health and vitality to the people of the town, clean the environment, and turn the greedy owner of a processed food company, into an enlightened and generous man! Lifestyle choices, healthy eating, exercise, bike riding, caring for our environment and moral lessons are all wrapped up in this fun, illustrated, educational book! The effects of eating processed foods and too much sugar are making people sick. Kids and parents will love this book! It will create a dialogue, and get them excited to be proactively involved in their own food choices, and activities, while fostering awareness about how to treat our planet. Everyone should have a chance to grow up strong and healthy and to be able to pursue their dreams. Change begins with a choice.
About the author

Jack and Corinne Wlody (Team Wlody) are acclaimed Lifestyle Transformation Experts. Jack (a Master of Fitness Sciences, Lifestyle Consultant, Creative contributor/strategist) and Corinne (a CFT, Lifestyle Consultant, artist and writer) own a private studio in New York, and have successfully guided countless people to reach their fitness/lifestyle goals for 22 years. They have helped entire families achieve a happier, healthier way of life. Jack and Corinne are the New York State champs of the 2016 National Bike Challenge. They cycled 23,783.1 miles in 153 straight days! That's roughly 80 miles a day- while still working, volunteering, writing and illustrating this book. Their motto is "You can achieve anything at any age, under any circumstances. All you need is to find your passion, set a goal, formulate a plan, and pursue it relentlessly!" They regularly volunteer/instruct with Bike New York, teaching children and adults how to safely ride a bike. On weekends, they work with autistic children on horseback Through Seaside 4 Therapeutic Riding. They hold special cycling fundraisers for a friend who battles mitochondrial disease. They organize and personally fund Bike path clean-ups in their community, and hold special glove giveaways for needy New Yorkers in the winter. It is their passion to make the world a better place by giving back. They are recipients of the prestigious 2016 Presidents Volunteer Service Award, and also received The 2015 ICA Legacy Award. They are married and live in NYC with Kato. It is their firm belief that "if you want things to change and improve, you've got to be the solution!"

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