Linnie von Sky
Berlin bred and Vancouver rooted, Linnie von Sky is a wife, new mom and indie author/publisher of 'Made in Canada' children's books that she tags as educational conversation starters.

Support her latest crowdfunding campaign by pre purchasing her books on Nursing *The Birds and The Bees Don't Do It - A Milky Tale and on American Sign Language *The ASL Hipster Alphabet For Babes - A Coffee Table Book For Young Humans. (pub date Easter 2018)

Visit the link to watch her video and support the dream here:

Linnie spent 2012 - 2013 turning a story she wrote on three Air Canada air-sickness bags into her first book, 'Our Canadian Love Story - An Immigration Tale' and went on to crowd-fund and publish 'Pom Pom - A Flightless Bully Tale' (2014) and 'Sadly The Owl - An Untold Tale' (2015). Her topics range from immigration (she came to Canada in 2002), to bullying (she went to High School), to depression (she was diagnosed in 2009).

With her fourth and fifth title in the works (one on breast feeding and one on American Sign Language, pub date May 2017), Linnie recently returned from Book Expo America 2016 in Chicago with a distribution deal with Independent Publishing Group's (IPG) Small Press United.

An infant under one arm and the production of book four and five (plus another crowd funding campaign) under the other, this indie author/publisher has got her hands full. Stay tuned.

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Pink Nursing Her Son Is Everything That's Right With The World

(1) Comments | Posted April 18, 2017 | 1:04 PM

On April 13, 2017, singer Pink shared a breastfeeding photo from a hike with her son, Jameson.

I couldn't agree more.

Here is my open letter to thank Pink for freeing the feed:

Dear Mama Pink,

I thank you sincerely for lifting the covers. One year,...

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A Letter To Mexico

(3) Comments | Posted April 4, 2017 | 4:58 PM

Mexico, my darling. Oh how you sway us in your turquoise ocean and hold our hands as we walk your white coral beaches. For the past ten days we ran freely through your dirt roads and danced wildly in your streets as you pulsed our heart to your beat.

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Dear Duchess Kate, Let's Rewrite The Story On Kids' Mental Health

(6) Comments | Posted September 23, 2016 | 12:47 PM

duchess of cambridge mental health
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the work of the Wave Project, an organization that uses surfing as a tool to reduce anxiety in children and improve their mental well-being on September 1, 2016. (Photo: Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images)


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Life Hacks For Sleep Training Parents

(3) Comments | Posted September 19, 2016 | 5:49 PM

We adored every sleeping and waking minute of sharing our bed with our mini miracle until all of a sudden -- somewhere between molar two and three and around the bend from the fine line in the sand between love and hate -- we realize that this arrangement no longer...

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Beauty Is Your Name: A Letter To My Daughter

(8) Comments | Posted June 8, 2016 | 9:29 AM

baby on scale

Note to my darling girl: Again and again they ask how much you weigh.

I breathe in for a moment of calm in an effort to drop the burden of defensive arrows that load my crossbow of responses, and I sort my answer....

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