Dawn's articles and interviews have appeared in national magazines and online publications. She's written two books for children and has contributed to educational curriculum and Bibles as writer and editor.
Dawn wrote "Architects and Gardeners" for Youth Worker Journal to support and inform those working with tweens and teenagers so they can learn more about these brains on the verge. Read her article here. (Video bonus! To see her give a TED-style talk on the same topic, check out this video.)
Dawn has contributed these articles to the KidzMatter blog:
The Bible + Babies = Building Faith here
Building Biblical Literacy: An Age-appropriateness Guide here
Early Childhood Ministry Isn't Brain Science...or Is It? here
Seven Reasons Why Churches Doing Rotation Sunday School LOVE Rotation Sunday School here
Dawn wrote an article about Christmas for the MOPS blog here. (Video bonus! You can watch Dawn lead a 30-minute Facebook Live event for MOPS all about neuroplasticity in early childhood titled "Your Child's Plastic Brain" here.)
Dawn published a book in the Frolic series under the pseudonym Lucy Bell that's titled Uri and the Busy Day. Inspired by the phrase "Too much!" her daughter would exclaim when she felt overwhelmed, Dawn wrote this book to help toddlers, preschoolers, and their caregivers practice calming down when things get too revved up. You can order it here.
Dawn's next book in the Frolic series will be published in the Spring of 2018. It's titled Jo and the Not-so-little Lie. Pre-order information at Amazon.com is here.