With compassion and harmony, the world would be an ideal place for children. Author Kathryn Giguere offers a delectably warm and subtle way to inculcate in kids the priceless, essential lessons of life. In her debut book We All Belong, she puts into simple, clear-cut words and rhymes the virtues of respect, sensitivity and, above all, love.
Giguere penned this story in an effort to cease bullying. She has been frail and sickly most of her life owing to juvenile diabetes at the age of 17. Although blind, she refuses to go into assisted living for the reason that she could not bring her best and furry friend, Luke the cat, with her. Always the animal lover, part of the proceeds of the book will be donated to animal shelters.
This timely and sensible picture book communicates acceptance and appreciation of people's perceptible differences in a manner even a toddler can easily comprehend. Each line is an affirmation of a person's distinct personality and individuality, emphasizing everyone is unique and special. This book also comes with expressive illustrations, animating its pages and emitting a captivating charm to grasp children's interest and attention.
A fantastic way to either start or wrap up a day with youngsters, this delightful book compellingly introduces open-mindedness and impartiality to human diversity at an early age. For despite color, creed, race or religion, We All Belong in God's love and family.
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About the Author
Kathryn Giguere was born on March 19, 1957 in Hartford, Connecticut. As a child, she was fond of animals and always had dogs and cats. She has two sons that live in Connecticut near her. She wrote this rhyming story for children and gave it to her mother, Phyllis Giguere, who published the book on her behalf.
We All Belong * by Kathryn Giguere
Publication Date: February 22, 2013
Picture Book; $31.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4797-6844-8
Picture Book Hardcover; $41.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4797-6845-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-6846-2
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