About The Book

Pink is an octopus who is delightful and smart but has a worry in her heart. She struggles with eczema and it distracts her everyday, she has a choice to enjoy her life or to let this get in her way. Stella the shrimp is loving and caring, teaching Pink to be brave and daring. Chuck the whale is a faithful friend, who will be there to the end. So read this story of Pink’s Ink and see what she will do, join Pink through her journey to learn a thing or two.

 

About The Authors

Nancy Cheung was born in London, England. Her family moved to Calgary, Alberta where she spent her childhood. She graduated from Alberta College of Art and Design with a BFA in Visual Communications in 1997. Nancy moved to Vancouver, BC in the year 2000 and resides there with her husband and 2 children. She enjoys working as a graphic designer and aspires to become a children’s book author and illustrator.

Rachael Cheung is 10 years old. She loves all sea creatures, especially octopuses and crabs. Rachael has eczema and has tried everything to maintain daily comfort. Nothing is in our control but we can change the way we think and the way we act. Her faith and positive attitude gets her through her toughest days. Rachael believes everyone goes through their own personal struggles but we can choose to enjoy the things that makes us happy. She also believes all children deserve to eat REAL ice cream and not the dairy-free kind (which she did for years)! Rachael hopes Pink’s Ink will help others who have eczema, to let them know they are not alone. She wants to spread understanding, acceptance and awareness…to treat everyone with kindness.

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THANK YOU OMNI TELEVISION!

Thank you Otto and Eric from OMNI News for taking the time to interview us.  We are so grateful for the opportunity to share our story on your channel and spreading awareness. If you missed the interview, please click on the links below! 華裔女童出書 重建自信 (BC) – APR 30, 2019 十歲華裔女童患皮膚病遭歧視 以此為靈感出書將情況扭轉(BC) -2019MAY02

BOOK SIGNING EVENT ON MAY 25TH 11AM-1PM

Please join us next month on Saturday, May 25th. Rachael and I will be there from 11am-1pm at Indigo on Granville Street in Vancouver.  Looking forward to it! 11-12:30pm- Book signing / Meet & Greet 12:30-1pm Rachael’s book reading,  Q & A session