Bringing Bullying to an End: Authors Phyllis and Kathryn Giguere on a Mission

New Children’s Book "We All Belong" Takes a Stand Against Bullying

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Do not ridicule someone who appears different from you. Respect all life.

Londonberry, New Hampshire (PRWEB) March 26, 2014

According to Reuters, the mental and physical effects of bullying can build up over time, resulting in a lower quality of life. Mother-daughter pair Phyllis and Kathryn Giguere put their talents to work and took a stand.

“We all Belong” is a children’s book that teaches the importance of acceptance. This easy-to-read story contains meaningful messages about unconditional love and the importance of respecting all of God’s creation.

“Do not ridicule someone who appears different from you. Respect all life,” Giguere said.

Regardless of the readers’ religious beliefs, race, size or socio-economic status, as they reflect on the lessons and colorful illustrations comprised in the book, they will gain insight into how God’s word plays a role in acceptance.

A simple and insightful tale, “We All Belong” serves as an influential tool for parents, church administration and families who wish to teach children about acceptance.

“We All Belong”
By Phyllis and Kathryn Giguere
ISBN: 978-1-47976-844-8
Retail price: $24.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris online bookstores

About the authors

Phyllis and Kathryn Giguere are a mother-daughter pair who combined their writing and artistic abilities to encourage readers to care for one another. Phyllis illustrated the story and published the book to fulfill her daughter’s dream to have children read her story about bullying. They currently reside in Londonberry, N.H.


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