Official Website of Gin Spaulding
Writer. Author. Thinker. Storyteller.
About the Author
Storyteller at Heart
Gin Noon Spaulding is an author, teacher, speaker and child advocate who helps families and organizations gain understanding, learn tools of accommodation, and find true acceptance for children with sensory issues. By doing this, the child, family, and organization can excel aside from their differences.
When Gin Noon Spaulding is not writing, she likes to volunteer (to feed the homeless, with her child's charity - Blankets of Hope by Maleah and Friends, with her sorority - Delta Sigma Theta, in the community, at her child's school, and at church), travel, shop, meet new people and spend time with her family.
Black History Month Sale
This is a special month. Not only is it my daddy's birthday, my daughter's birthday, Valentine's Day, BUT...it is also Black History Month! To celebrate, we are putting all of the books on sale for just $10! You only have to pay for shipping and taxes. That's it!!!
Please remember to use the discount code 18....That is 18!!
A Miracle at Bates Memorial
A Miracle at Bates Memorial is the first book in The Adventures of Li-Li series. It introduces the readers to a young girl who has a difficult time communicating her wants and needs due to a sensory issue and a speech delay. With patience and love from her parents, Li-Li is finally able to make her mom understand what she feels inside. It is a true Miracle at Bates Memorial for Li-Li.
Picture Perfect - NOT
The second book in The Adventures of Li-Li series, Picture Perfect - NOT focuses on sensory issues with the visual system.
In Picture Perfect - NOT, Li-Li continually tries to communicate how much she hates having her picture taken and the displeasure she has with the whole process of smiling, the bright lights, having to pose, etc. With the help of amazing teachers, Li-Li shows her mother that picture taking isn’t for everyone, and that’s okay.
October 31, 2019
If jumping around on Halloween is wrong, Li-Li doesn’t want to be right!
Li-Li is back! This time she is celebrating Halloween at her church’s annual community event, the Hallelujah party. All she wants to do is keep jumping on the jumpy, but her mommy says it is time to go; other kids want to jump, too. She wants to listen to her mommy, but jumping is fun and feels so right.
Will Li-Li jump off the jumpy or will she have a LI-LI LETDOWN?
Book 3 pertains to proprioceptive and auditory sensory issues.
No Kiss-No Hug
November 1, 2020
Li-Li loves many things like watching Dora, playing with her dog, reading lots of books, Pops's piggyback rides, and being with her family. But…there are two things she doesn’t like- KISSES and HUGS! Li-Li dislikes them more than anything! She and her family travel to Tullahoma, TN to visit her mema and pops, who LOVE kisses and hugs more than Christmas and birthdays! How can Li-Li tell mema and pops that she loves them, but not their kisses and hugs…WITHOUT having a Li-Li Letdown?
Scheduling Author's Visits
Book Talk/Author's Visit
If you'd like Mrs. Spaulding to speak to your school, church, or organization, please contact her through phone/text (502) 550-5671, email (the firstname.lastname@example.org) or here on this website.
Mrs. Spaulding will gladly meet with parents in the evening to answer questions and/or concerns about sensory issues. Please contact Mrs. Spaulding at 502-550-5671 or email@example.com.
Dannie Cannon, ECE, Primary, Middle, and High School teacher of forty-three years
"A Miracle at Bates Memorial is a tale of a sensitive young girl and how she sees and relates to her surrounding world. This adventure will help parents, school personnel, adults, and other students to have empathy for children who have speech, learning, behavioral, or sensory issues. This book made me feel like I was a part of Li-Li’s life as she experiences fear of loud noises, bustling crowds, unfamiliar touches, and squeezing hugs. However, at the same time, she enjoys being a typical child, doing regular activities like eating candy, going to church, and reading. Li-Li comes to believe Mommy understands her feelings and will help her. That is her special miracle! I highly recommend this narrative to anyone who loves children. If it is shared with a child experiencing these difficulties, he or she will understand that others can be having the same kind of feelings. Children as young as kindergarten would enjoy this book with its deep message and many beautiful illustrations. I give this book four stars and hope Li-Li has many more adventures in the future!"