- Mar. 12, 2012 - ORLANDO, Fla. --
Whirl Wind is about a young boy who has Cerebral palsy and becomes a super hero. He defends the children in his school friom bullies and the city of Atlanta from crime. Whirl Wind is an educational aid to help parents and teachers to teach young children about the conciquences of bullying and to help children learn about what it is like to be around children with disabilities and that these children can do anything they set their minds to. Whirl Wind lets children know that no matter what their circumstances in life are, they can still do anything they set their minds to. Whirl Wind can be purchased at www.amazon.com, www.bn.com, www.ifwgpublishing.com and www.tinyurl.com/
jrrbooks. The author of Whirl Wind, Jennifer R. Resetar can also be contacted through www.facebook.com/
whirlwindatl and through the contact form at www.tinyurl.com/
jrrbooks, and her biography can be viewed at www.ifwgpublishing.com. Whirl Wind is her debut book in the children's book genre.