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New Children’s Book from Atlanta’s Dawn Myers

Dawn Myers (Photo Johanna Nichols)

Atlanta life coach and pranic healer, Dawn Myers, has just released her second children’s book, Eat Little Caterpillar, Eat. Co-author, Dr. Glenn Mendoza, is a practicing pediatrician and one of the world’s eight master pranic healers. The book is illustrated by Myers’ long-time friend Jim Boughton of Rutland, Vermont.

Myers describes her book as “a beautiful story that infuses magic in the hearts and minds of readers as they embark on a loving journey of transformation.” She invites readers to “join our little caterpillar as she journeys through fears, lets go of the past and embraces the good to help her transform and move forward.”

The idea for Eat Little Caterpillar, Eat “just came to me,” says Myers, and she reached out to Mendoza to collaborate. “Our intention was to express the journey of letting go of the inevitable negative situations that we are faced with in life and to seek those who inspire, uplift us to heal, digest and transform our lives,” she says. “We cannot evolve by staying the same.”  

From beginning to end, the process took just four months. “We believed it was meant to be published and released in 2020,” says Myers. “The book is a beautiful symbol for a year when we withdrew from the normal everyday life to transform and reemerge a better version of ourselves.”

To purchase the book, go to It will be available on Amazon in January 2021.
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