New Children's Book - LOOK AT ME
During my school years I was the awkward kid who was teased and bullied. I lived out in the country, didn't wear the same clothes, play the right sports, or any other multitude of reasons humans have to push each other down. It was certainly some trying times, figuring out societal expectations. As difficult as it was in many ways on many days, in hindsight, I thank them. Each event in our life, especially while young, is generative tissue for who we will become. It's important to be proud of whoever you have become, because you have survived it - your own unique challenges.
So when my aunts Barb and Peggy Sapp mentioned they had a friend who had written a children's book about bullying, I definitely wanted to read it. Even though it falls a bit out of the normal themes that Riverfeet publishes, I think it's an important book for children, and adults (we're still children inside). It's been a great pleasure to be a part of this book, and I hope it can find a place on your child's bookshelf.