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The Polka-Dotted Penguin by Dr. Amy Moy

Dr. Moy

Amy Roan Moy, OD, FAAO, CPCO, was inspired to become a children’s book author by her seven-year-old daughter, who has Down Syndrome. Dr. Moy wanted to write a book about kindness and inclusion to help children to understand that differences are OK and, actually, pretty great. Her message is told through the story of Dottie in The Polka-Dotted Penguin, who starts her journey in the beginning of the story as a little polka-dotted egg that is different from all the other eggs.

Find the book on Amazon below or get an autographed copy from her Etsy shop.

Go back to the Women In Optometry 2022 Gift Guide.

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