Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Award-Winning Children's Book Author Dr. Nicole Announces Mom's Choice Award For 'Are You Eating My Lunch?'

Dr. Nicole is a best-selling author of children's books that educate, inspire and teach valuable life lessons

Award-winning children's book author Dr. Nicole has announced that her latest bilingual children's book, 'Are You Eating My Lunch?' has received a Mom's Choice Award.

In the traditions of Walt Disney and Dr. Seuss, Dr. Nicole breathes life into inanimate objects and wildly entertaining characters that engage children in powerful ways. Through parent/child interaction, her works develop a love for reading while helping children develop the most important skill of all - critical thinking.

Having been rigorously evaluated by a panel of MCA evaluators, 'Are You Eating My Lunch' is deemed to be among the best products/services for families. To be considered for an award, each entrant submits five (5) identical samples for testing. Entries are matched to evaluators in the MCA database. Evaluators are bound by a strict code of ethics not only to ensure objectivity, but also to ensure that the evaluation is free from manufacturer influence. The five evaluations are submitted to the MCA Executive Committee for final review and approval.

Dr. Nicole's books have won numerous awards. Her previous children's book, 'Parents For Sale', was a Bronze Medal winner in the 2015 Reader's Favorite International Book Awards Contest in the Children - Animals category. Other awards include 2015 Purple Dragonfly Books Award: Chapters Book: Honorable Mention; 2015 New York Book Festival: Children’s Book: Honorable Mention and the 2015 Hollywood Book Festival: Children’s Book: Honorable Mention. 'Parents For Sale' is Story Monster Approved, and has received a 5 Star rating from Readers’ Favorite. 'Strike At Charles' Farm' was named a runner-up in the 2015 Animals, Animals, Animals Book Awards. 'Are You Eating My Lunch' has also received four 5 Star reviews from Readers' Favorite.

"As a family doctor, I recommend parents read books to their child as soon as possible," Dr. Nicole stated. "Select great stories to open their mind and develop their imagination. Let them create their own book if they are old enough. Time spends reading together will become unforgettable souvenirs in their mind. Studies say that it is better to read one or two books over and over again than to read too many books. Have your children read out loud to their pet. They will love it and will improve their reading skills."

In 'Are You Eating My Lunch?', a 30-page, bilingual picture book, a young boy named Xavier visits the zoo. At lunch time, he can’t find his lunch box. He decides to investigate. He asks all animals the same question: “Are You Eating My Lunch?” During his investigation, he learns the animals’ favorite food.

Dr. Nicole has sold over 150,000 books in her career. She is highly regarded for her work with children's books and a health guide for families. Her goals are to create in children a love for reading and to create interaction and engagement, all with a focus on helping children develop the most important skill of all - critical thinking.

'Are You Eating My Lunch' has received high praise from reviewers. Grady Harp stated, "This is another little winner from Dr. Nicole - combining learning with entertainment. Such a fine style of writing she has established – making the reader want more. Highly recommended."

A no-charge copy of her any of her books is available for University teachers, journalists and members of the media who provide email, website, mail address and phone number.

Dr. Nicole is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below. Journalists who wish to receive a copy of the books for review or might wish to schedule an interview can email All of her works are available on Amazon, AuthorHouse, and other quality book retailers. More information is available at her website at

About Dr. Nicole:
Dr. Nicole Audet holds a Master degree in medical education. She is a professional writer and an engaging speaker. She has worked in Clinical Practice (emergency, family doctor office, University of Montreal affiliated teacher) and has been the Editor in Chief of the French medical magazine 'Le Médecin du Québec'. She has presented at many international, national and provincial medical congresses and has managed medical teaching clinics, medical magazines and medical research in computer science. Her books received many international and national awards.


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