New book dares kids to be different, discourages bullying

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Author Marie Boyson reveals adventure of 'DR. FOWL AND HIS EVIL DEEDS'

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We don't have to all be the same or believe in the same things. Just be yourself and love who you are. Your respect and care for others are all that will ever truly matter.

MELBOURNE, Australia – Set in a little place called 'Tumbling Downs,' a fictitious world based from the author's first book of the same title, Marie Boyson returns to the world of children's fiction with "DR. FOWL AND HIS EVIL DEEDS"(published by Xlibris AU), this time, exploring the significance of differences and daring kids to celebrate their uniqueness.

In Tumbling Downs, Dr. Fowl sowed fear and evil among many. He is known to be responsible for the greatest misfortune of Mr. Brown, the adviser of Tumbling Downs. He is seen by the neighbors as cruel and unforgiving. In other parts of the town, there is Montebello and her friends. She yearns to become a ballerina. Ultimately, she doesn't become one, but she does came out as a world-renowned dancer. Pierre is Monte's brother who helps keep Tumbling Downs safe with the support of many friends.

Each unique character in the story and their struggles reflect the common and ordinary strife of daily life. Its thematic focus is on bullying and how it impacts those who have been subjected to it. It brings the story to a powerful conclusion, sending a strong message of encouragement to nourish one's uniqueness. Ultimately, it inspires young readers to find similarities in their individual differences.

"It is okay to be different," Boyson advises. "We don't have to all be the same or believe in the same things. Just be yourself and love who you are. Your respect and care for others are all that will ever truly matter."

“DR. FOWL AND HIS EVIL DEEDS”
By Marie Boyson
Softcover | 8.5x11in | 34 pages | ISBN 9781499005479
E-Book | 34 pages | ISBN 9781499005431
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Marie Boyson was born in Birmingham, England. At 11, her health took a turn for the worst and she became very ill with rheumatic fever. Boyson was bedridden for 12 months. Her life after illness was uneventful and her friends have dwindled. Such experience had become her inspiration to start her first volunteering work with the RSPCA at the RSPCA headquarters in Birmingham at age 12. It also motivated her to write several children’s books including “Tumbling Downs,” “Peter Patches,” “Penny for Your Thoughts Freddie,” and “Lancaster Lost.”

Xlibris Publishing Australia, an Author Solutions, LLC imprint, is a self-publishing services provider dedicated to serving Australian authors. By focusing on the needs of creative writers and artists and adopting the latest print-on-demand publishing technology and strategies, we provide expert publishing services with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound and full-color formats. To date, Xlibris has helped to publish more than 60,000 titles.For more information, visit xlibrispublishing.com.au or call 1800 455 039 to receive a free publishing guide. Follow us @XlibrisAus on Twitter for the latest news.

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