New Children’s Book Helps Explain “Stranger Danger”

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Recently the Price of Business enjoyed interviewing Landora Davis, author of the book Ooh Lolita.

According to the Outskirts Press site, “in this fast-paced, riveting tale, we meet a cranky old witch named Lolita who delights in being miserable. When she hears the laughter and witnesses the fun and merriment the children are having at the playground, she is furious. With the help of her loyal cat Bufu, Lolita comes up with a scheme to transform herself into a beautiful queen to lure the happy children away from the playground—and put an end to the joyful noise once and for all! Humorous and entertaining, Ooh Lolita also carries an important reminder for children about the dangers of putting their trust in strangers—even a strange and beautiful queen who asks for help to find a lost pet.”

Landora is an interesting guest.  Ladora Gina Davis attended York College in 1997, where she studied child psychology. In 1998 she landed a job as a day care coordinator at the honorable William H. Booth day care center in St. Albans, New York. In 1999 she opened Munchkinland, her own licensed family day care, where she found that teaching and reading storybooks to the children in her care was a precious and rewarding experience. Ladora is the author of a poem entitled “Sweetheart,” featured in Moonlight Wishes, a collection of poems published in 1996 with the National Library of Poetry. She is happily married with three children and lives in Queens, New York.

Check out the interview in its entirety:

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