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Last summer, Dr. Roger Olson woke up with a rhyme in his head.
“See the letters, watch them fly, dancing free across the sky.”
He wrote it down. Then he wrote a little more.
By the end of the morning, he had the first draft of something he had wanted to complete for a long time – his first children’s book.
“My days are usually spent typing reports, a lot of clinical writing, so doing it for fun was always something I had wanted to do,” Dr. Olson said.
A clinical pediatric psychologist at St. Luke’s for the past eight years, Dr. Olson felt good about his book, titled “Dancing Letters,” but he got a much-needed vote of confidence from a tough critic.
“I gave a draft to a former colleague at St. Luke’s who is a speech therapist, and she has a 3-year-old who loved it,” Dr. Olson said.
The star of the book is a mute bear that keeps letters caged up, but learns to use his words to express himself and not be the grump he once had been.
In his practice, he works a lot with parents and caregivers in addition to kids. He wanted to write a book that was fun for kids, but one that parents could read with them. The book focuses on “letting letters fly,” to help increase vocabularies.
Dave Southorn works in the Communications and Marketing department at St. Luke's.
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