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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Educational Story for Children

2016 Pinnacle Gold Award for Best Book in the Category of Children's Adventure

2017 Reader's Favorite Bronze Medalist in Children's Adventure 

In The Big Cheese Festival, we meet Stubby Mouse and his family and friends. We learn that Stubby Mouse has a secret, that he is being bullied by another mouse, simply because his tail is short. Read how Stubby Mouse stood up for himself, and how he ended the bullying, in this delightful story for children. Targeted at ages 4-8, the book is easy to read and perfect for home or classroom. Children learn how bad bullying is, and what they can do to help stop bullies! Stubby Mouse encourages children to take a stand against bullies, and always be kind to each other. This story illustrates how everyone is different and unique, and it is a delightful read with cute illustrations for both children and adults. Take a stand against bullying today!

From Mrs.D

This is the second book I’ve read by authors S. Jackson and A. Raymond. Just as in their previous book, which I read today, “Suzy Has a Secret,” the authors are tackling another important subject—bullying. Their story speaks about a difficult subject that children face every minute of their lives. The pain, the shame, the loss of confidence could be experienced during both their childhood and their adult life. The scars from the bullying may never heal, and victimized children could turn into aggressors, outcasts, or criminals. Abused by bullies, children may never recover their self-esteem and self-worth.

This book also teaches that being different is OK. Sometimes it is even rewarding—just like in this book, a dance with a beautiful girl or special talents that other children may not have. Parents and teachers should think of using this story as a foundation for debates about how to stop bullying in school and on the streets, and how the victim feels when the stronger and crueler make fun of them. It's also a good starter for homeschools and day-care centers. The earlier we teach our children what impact bullying has on the lives of harassed children, the better chance we have to save another child from the violence. Well done!

S. Jackson is a retired registered nurse; a member of the Catholic Church, and has taught kindergarten Catechism; she has worked in various capacities for The American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Cub and Boy Scouts, (son, Noah, is an Eagle Scout), and sponsored trips for high school children music. She loves all forms of art but mostly focuses on the visual arts; such as amateur photography, traditional, and graphic art as her health allows.

A. Raymond is a member of the Catholic Church, and has helped his wife with The American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Cub and Boy Scouts, and sponsored children alongside his wife on music trips. He devotes his spare time to fishing, reading, playing poker, Jeeping, and travel adventures with his wife. Both love spending time with their grandson, Austin.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Olga! This means a lot coming from you!