What's Your Sign?: A Cosmic Guide for Young Astrologers is the first published book for children on astrology. It is beautifully color-illustrated, and includes a spinner wheel on the back cover which spins to reveal your sign's lucky basics, a 14"X 18" fold-out poster of all the signs of the Zodiac, and color tabs to easily find your own information. This cosmic guide is the perfect birthday gift for any child who will delight in tips like, Aries on the Playground, How to Spot a Gemini, Leo Sibs, Your Pisces Cat, Your Virgo Teacher, Scorpio Parents, and Libra in Love. Facts about the planets and Greek-Roman myths co-exist with celebrity signs such as Britney Spears, the Olsen Twins, and Nancy Drew, true Taurus problem-solving detective. The author also quotes real-life children on their own sun signs.
Madalyn Aslan is the only psychic palmist included in Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in America and whose readings have been auctioned at Christie's. She has received numerous awards and honours and was invited to the Amazon Rainforest to be a psychic healer for "Symposium VI", hosted by Kofi Annan, then Secretary General for the United Nations.
Madalyn's first filmed reading was for Rock Hudson when she was a teenager. She has since appeared on The Today Show and read on many TV and radio shows.
Madalyn has published books as well as many columns, including in UK's Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, and CHILD, as well as a weekly celebrity predictions column which ran for three years in the New York Post. Her horoscopes have been translated into seven languages. You can find her monthly horoscopes on www.madalynaslan.com
Madalyn is also a writer and teacher, and introduced Palmistry 101 into her syllabus at New York University where she taught English for three years. She attended South Hampstead High School for Girls in London and holds a B.A. from the University of London and Cornell University, and a Master's in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. She also taught at The College for Psychic Studies in London, where she grew up.