The Bargfrosh Boy was inspired by a real 4 year old boy. In his first two years, that real little boy couldn’t speak. One woman changed all that. Mel Potock, of My Munch Bug is an award winning and renowned Feeding specialist as well as Speech and Language Pathologist and who step by step helped the boy develop language. It is because of her dedicated work with him that he not only developed speech and language but now manipulates language!
Here is what Mel shared on her Facebook fan page
"The Bargfrosh Boy was inspired by a little boy I had the joy of playing with as an SLP. His fantastic imagination at such a young age is illustrated in this charming book. If your child loves Where the Wild Things Are or Going on a Bear Hunt, the enchanting rhyme and unique vocabulary will soon make this book a family favorite."
~Mel Potock of My Munch Bug
Need to inspire your child to read instead of playing digital games? Give them a book that will engage them. The Bargfrosh Boy is delighting young children everywhere! But don’t take our word for it, read what one Colorado elementary school teacher in Douglas Schools had to say on Amazon Reviews…
"As an elementary school teacher, the value of this book to your classroom library is undeniable because a skillfully written mythical tale is too hard to pass up. This book is enchanting for students to read, but also easily offers opportunities to model and teach reading strategies like prediction, inferring, and sequencing. A must for any young person's and/or teacher's library!!” - Jenn Bruns
N. Nader is of Lebanese heritage and has lived in Accra, Beirut, Hamburg, and London before settling in Colorado where she and her husband are raising their four children. As an English teacher, with a Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction, N. Nader is deeply interested in developing high interest engaging books for young children. In addition to writing children’s books, N. Nader spends time writing poetry.