Green Cat 

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Dr Julie A D Greenhalgh

author with Green Cat Books

"My background is in science. I have a PhD in quantum chemistry and my first two jobs involved research, in particular molecular modelling and drug design.

After having three sons I had a change of direction and started working part-time at The University of Nottingham, initially developing computer-aided learning materials to train pharmacy undergraduates, then I was the administrator for a postgraduate drug design course on the internet. Finally I became the web administrator for The Pharmacy School and also various research groups.

I took early retirement in September 2019 and threw myself into U3A activities, such as improving my French and joining a choir.

Then the Corona Virus hit the UK and we went into lockdown. With more time on my hands, I embarked on a long-held ambition to write a children's book, which turned into two!

I am very proud of my three sons and it was a conscious decision of mine to work part-time, so that I had time to bring them up properly. Reading was a very important part of that and I also thought it was extremely valuable to teach them to empathise with other people. Hence the subject matter for my book was always going to take on this theme!"

The Empathisers

The Empathisers are friendly and cuddly creatures who understand how you are feeling and can help you with any problems you may have. Only certain children can see Empathisers, but the creatures are totally invisible to adults. 

Veeva


In this book an Empathiser called Veeva helps Hamish to adopt a puppy and to overcome his fear of going to the dentist.

£6.99

Jenta


In this book, an Empathiser called Jenta encourages Becky to befriend her elderly neighbour, who helps Becky with baking and ballet.

Ackwa


In this book, an Empathiser called Ackwa helps Finlay with his swimming lessons.

Ginja


In this book, an Empathiser called Ginja helps Jenny to settle into her new school.