Sunny Isles Beach Resident Writes Books in Order to Educate Children on Acceptance for People with Disabilities

Born with a birth defect that has affected her spine but not her mind, Katherine Magnolia has lived the last 35 years viewing the world from her wheelchair. This unique perspective coupled with many trials and tribulations has turned Katherine into the perfect person to write children’s books that tackle the difficult topic of disability. She does this by using a unique mix of her life experience and vivid imagination to both educate and entertain her audience on the diverse abilities we all encompass.

Her first series The Adventures of KatGirl, about a superhero in a wheelchair who helps kids who are being bullied has received rave reviews from all who have come across it. She has worked diligently over the last decade to promote her stories to thousands of children of all age groups in schools, events, etc.

Now, Katherine has expanded her writing abilities by recently writing a collection of short story mysteries. Her most recent work, entitled Pete the Private Eye is about a boy living with blindness that uses his cane and the language of Braille to help him solve mysteries. These stories will not only teach your child about the ways a person living with blindness lives each day but will entertain them with fun-filled stories that will take them on an adventure with every page turn. Never really letting them know what is truly happening until the very end of the book.

With summer vacation starting, you will definitely want to add this book series to your shopping list to keep your kids busy reading for hours!!! In order to get your very own advance AUTOGRAPHED copy please contact the author Katherine Magnolia at or 305-931-0759.