By Michelle Barfield
Have you ever had Bow-itis? Is it contagious? Is there a cure for such silly symptoms? Well, Sullivan Nicole has a really bad case, and everyone is going crazy trying to figure out what in the world is happening to her!
After sleeping all night in one of her big, wonderful, new hair bows, Sullivan Nicole awakes with some very strange symptoms. She is unable to stand up straight without falling forward, or backward, or side-to-side. Can Sullivan Nicole’s doctors figure out the cause? Or will it be her younger brother Riley, who finds the cure?
Bow-itis is the third children’s book by author Michelle Barfield (The Sully Bug, Weezy’s Wedding). It is a story first inspired by her years of teaching first and second grades and the many little girls who enjoyed wearing their big, beautiful hair bows to school each day. Later, the inspiration continued when her own daughter, Sullivan, started a collection of every hair bow imaginable.