About Don Winn

Cardboard Box AdventuresDon Winn is an award-winning author, blogger, and radio show host. He has written an acclaimed series of four chapter books for middle readers featuring the twelve-year-old knight, Sir Kaye, and almost a dozen award-winning picture books. He currently lives in Round Rock, Texas.

As a dyslexic reader and writer, Don works tirelessly to encourage struggling young readers to embrace the love of stories. All of his books are designed especially to captivate the struggling or at-risk reader. Don’s articles on dyslexia have been featured in US News & World Report, the Costco Connection Magazine, TODAY Parenting, Fostering Families Today, and many others.Visit his website at www.donwinn.com.

About Don Winn’s Picture Books
All of Don Winn’s picture books are designed for parents/teachers to read aloud with children. Each book has a theme that parents can use to illustrate a common life lesson and questions so parents can start conversations with their children about important topics. All of Don Winn’s picture books have been named among the best in family-friendly media, products and services by the Mom’s Choice Awards®. Others of his books have received the UK Wishing Shelf Gold Medal and the Family Review Center Book of the Year award.picture book selection covers montage MCAAbout Don Winn’s Chapter Books
Don Winn’s Sir Kaye, the Boy Knight series of chapter books is designed for middle readers. Follow the adventures of Kaye, a twelve-year-old knight in the medieval land of Knox, along with his best friends, Reggie and Beau. This four-book series will appeal to any 8-12 year old who loves adventure tales. The Sir Kaye, the Boy Knight books have won many prestigious awards, including the IndieReader Discovery Award, the Moonbeam Children’s Book Award, the UK Wishing Shelf Award, and many others. The entire four-book series won the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Best Children’s Series award.

Sir Kaye books 1 to 4 plus awards 2017


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