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Randi Moxi – Kenosha Book Festival

Randi Moxi is coming to Studio Moonfall’s Kenosha Book Festival 2024 on June 23rd and July 28th!

Randi Moxi grew up in an animal shelter in West Virginia that was run by her grandmother, Sally. She’s seen first hand how out of control the pet population is in America and asks that you please rescue and spay and neuter your pets. She hopes you treat all animals as the individuals they are and learn their preferences together through communication and proper, positive and loving training methods.

She was exposed to all dog breeds throughout her childhood, but did not fully understand the plight of the most bullied breed in the world, pit bull type breeds, until moving to Chicago. Pit bulls are superior in intelligence, strength and loyalty. When taught to do wrong things, they are efficient in accomplishing what they are asked or made to do to survive. Animals teach us so much and we must help save and guide them to better lives than this. Teaching important lessons through pit bulls to children is her way to give back to the breed that has changed her life in more positive ways than she could ever describe.

Randi lives in the suburbs of Chicago with her loving husband and 5 amazing pitbull mix fur children. She is a certified dog trainer, animal communicator, life coach, event producer, brand strategist and motivational speaker.

Here’s a sneak peek at their book Lucy’s Garden: A Pittie Paradise:

Join Lucy, the most beloved rescued pit bull type dog in her community, as she travels to see her friends and neighbors every day.

Lucy feels it’s her assignment to be a bright light for everyone through her love, positivity and sharing the power of gratitude.

Lucy’s magical adventures take place in her garden, a pittie paradise, next door to her forever home. Lucy’s movements and interactions through her community bring great lessons and blessings to families and classrooms alike. Explore the importance of daily exercise, getting outside, a respect for nature, cohabitation, community, friendship and recycling! Schools and homes will find a new favorite for story time in Lucy’s Garden, the perfect gift for animal lovers, community garden volunteers and animal rescuers.

If you can’t wait until you meet the author at this summer’s Kenosha Book Festival, pick up your copy at

Stop by Studio Moonfall for more books by local authors and my friends from the indie publishing world, visit to shop online, or for audiobooks.