Harmony Hears a Hoot

"Harmony Hears a Hoot" by Fara Augustover M.A. CCC-SLP was released in September 2014. It is a children's book about a young owl who relates to kids with and without hearing loss and teaches tolerance with her adventures! Follow Harmony on her first day of school as she meets new friends, enjoys her classes, and teaches everyone what it's like to have something unique about themselves. The author, Fara Augustover, is a proud member of the "Local Independent Authors Program" at Book Revue in Huntington, NY

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Harmony has been traveling through the community sharing her story. Check out some of Harmony's fans and their experiences with "Harmony Hears a Hoot".

The author, Fara Augustover, reads "Harmony Hears a Hoot" to the students at Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf, which Fara has vistited yearly since 2015. Students write about their favorite part of the book, make owl puppets, and get their books signed by Fara. The older students present their own stories to Fara and discuss what it means to be an author.

Fara visits the kids and staff at Camped Up in NYC to share Harmony's story.

Fara presents "Harmony Hears a Hoot" at Book Revue in Huntington, NY where she is a member of the Local and Independent Authors Program.

Fara Augustover reads "Harmony Hears a Hoot" to a preschool class in New York City that has a student with cochlear implants.

Fara Augustover visits Hofstra University's Deaf Education and American Sign Language Program (DEASL). She discussed working with individuals with hearing loss and in 2015, nominated a young girl with hearing aids to receive a custom American Girl with hearing aids from the DEASL. In 2016, she nominated a young boy with cochlear implants and his sister with hearing aids to receive custom Build-A-Bear stuffed animals from DEASL. In 2017, a young girl with cochlear implants is surprised by not only her new Build-A-Bear, but the Harry Potter themed event.

"Harmony Hears a Hoot" Illustrator Tim Williams shares the book with his grandson.

Fara has fun at Family Pajama Night with M+M Kids Entertainment at Naked Chicken Co. in Massapequa, NY.

Fara reads "Harmony Hears a Hoot" to the students at Forest Park School as a part of their lesson on the five senses in 2016. Students were learning about authors, illustrators, and even some American Sign Language during Fara's 2017 visit.

Fort Salonga Elementary School welcomes Fara and learns new vocabulary about hearing loss and related professionals.

Fara presents at the Just 4 Women Expo at Floral Park. This year's keynote speaker was Miss New York 2015, Jaime L. Macchia, who works to bring attention to pediatric cancer research. The mission of the Expo is to inform, inspire, and enlighten women of all ages. It provides a day of fun and informative workshops designed for women while providing an opportunity to network and exchange ideas in a casual setting.

Former client of Fara's reads "Harmony Hears a Hoot" with his classmates on his Hearing Anniversary at school.

Fara visits a park in Brooklyn, NY to share Harmony's story.

Fara shares Harmony's story with a 5 year old with hearing loss.

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Click here to read an article/interview with author Fara Augustover by WIDEX