What the world needs now is a spirit of love that motivates individuals to look out for others and work together for the good of all.
ONTARIO, Calif. (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
It’s estimated that 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students, according to nobullying.com. Author and teacher, Judy Walker wants to put a stop to the nonsense of bullies.
As an experienced teacher and authoritative voice on bullying, building positive relationships and respecting one another, Walker has written her new whimsical children’s picture book, “Turkey Trouble,” to help children understand the importance of being nice to others.
“I saw value for children everywhere, and I believe reading this story can influence them in becoming what they were created to be—kind and responsible people who care for others,” said Walker.
“Turkey Trouble” takes children through an adventurous story filled with twists and turns, teaching them valuable lessons about life and friendship.
“What the world needs now is a spirit of love that motivates individuals to look out for others and work together for the good of all,” said Walker. “The turkeys develop this attitude in a delightful imaginative tale that will captivate young readers and listeners.”
By: Judy Walker
Available at Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com and Westbow Press
About this author
Judy Walker resides in Alta Loma, Calif., as a retired teacher from the Alta Loma School District. She received her bachelor’s degree from Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S.D. and her master’s degree from Chapman University, Orange, Calif. Walker stays involved with her community by being a member at the Hillside Community Church and as a volunteer at San Clemente State Beach, as campground host.
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