Author Pens Relatable Bilingual Bedtime Story


Alpharetta, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/01/2018 -- Zena Harris, mother of two daughters, dreams to bridge the gap between hearing and non-hearing children. She now publishes a perfect nighttime read, No Night Night. Zena takes advantage of the small things around her every day. Her two daughters are her main muses. In fact, Zena recounts that, "When they were small, they always tried to stay up past their bedtimes. Each one had a different way of avoiding it."

No Night Night is a unique bilingual children's book in that it features Standard English and American Sign Language (ASL). It is a heartwarming story about a strong-willed little girl who doesn't want to go to bed at her curfew.

With colorful illustrations, an adorable main character, and the addition of sign language, No Night Night draws an audience of both children and adults. Parents will see it as a refreshing and relatable way to teach their children ASL. Deaf and Hard of Hearing children will be delighted to be able to enjoy this book as well. Additionally, this book raises awareness of sign language and helps expose the public to new horizons.

No Night-Night will be available on and

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