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Noa Allen

Author & Board Game Creator


A Bit About Me

My Story

At the tender age of 7, Noa faced the heart-wrenching loss of her father. To help her navigate this difficult journey, her mother, Tina, made a thoughtful decision to enroll Noa in art classes. Through the therapeutic embrace of art, Noa not only found a healthy means to cope but also discovered the immense joy of sharing her talents and dreams with others. This profound dream began to blossom into "Noa's Art Market," an avenue of personal growth and development, making her creative endeavors accessible to the public.

Since her father's passing, Noa's dream has continued to evolve, and so too has her artistic offerings.

Soon, Noa delved into the world of children's literature, crafting inspiring short stories. Fueled by a shared desire to see Noa's dreams come to fruition, her mother joined forces with her to bring forth her very first children's book, "Huey and His Brother Learn Tae Kwon Do." Noa's talent extended beyond storytelling; she fully wrote and illustrated the book herself, with her mother's invaluable contribution limited to editing and publishing. Huey and Peter, the endearing protagonists of her creation, have since become cherished symbols of courage, knowledge, and discipline.

Today, Noa's collection of heartwarming tales has expanded, and we invite you to explore them for yourself. We're confident that Huey and Peter will capture the hearts of your children, just as they have for so many others.

Peter Learns to Swim

I'm thrilled to introduce my latest published book, a labor of love that has been a long time in the making. With great pride, I can now announce that the book is ready for your enjoyment. Join Peter on an inspiring journey as he tackles his fear of swimming head-on. If you enjoyed my first book, I'm confident that this one will capture your heart and imagination just as effectively.

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"Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale"

Hans Christian Andersen

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