Suffolk News Shopping Centre Book Reading
I was invited to do a book reading at the Arc Shopping Centre as part of a charity event in Bury St Edmunds and it was covered in Suffolk News:
Carol Muleta Your Parent in Purpose Summit Interview
I was kindly invited to be involved in the USA Parent in Purpose Summit.
Everyone knows the planet is getting warmer, with the warnings from the scientific community growing more grave and certain impacts becoming increasingly unavoidable. But how do we spark the action needed? We speak to climate change children's author, Chris Dixon, to discuss whether the arts can make a difference
Eastern Daily Press Article
Man who battled depression pens book to help children with emotions
Little Rubies Daycare Dr Ruby Interview
Sue Atkins Reading Club Video
A brilliant idea for a book. Wonderful 'alien/creature' illustrations that truly show the emotions in their faces and posture. Children will relate to this book and it will definitely help them to understand that all emotions - positive and negative - are all okay. All primary schools should have at least one copy of 'That's Okay'.
The Table Read Articleshttps://www.thetablereadmagazine.co.uk/author-of-thats-okay-chris-dixon-creates-animated-accompaniment/
All Ages of Geek Interview
We are thrilled to be speaking with Chris Dixon on “Galaxy-Boy Delivery”, an accomplished author and illustrator who has overcome his own battle with depression to write a powerful children’s book, “That’s Okay”.
Drawing on his own experiences, Chris has crafted a heartfelt story that helps children understand and cope with their own emotions. His work has been praised for its ability to resonate with readers of all ages, and has been hailed as a valuable resource for parents, teachers, and mental health professionals alike. In this interview, we’ll talk with Chris about his journey, the inspiration behind his work, and how he hopes to make a difference in the lives of young readers. So, let’s get started.https://allagesofgeek.com/this-just-in/kid-lit-chris-dixon-thats-okay/
Promote News Articles
Author Chris Dixon and his children's book 'That's Okay' is featured on Eddie's launchPad today.
Dogsthorpe Infant School Interview
Dixy's Storytime World Reading