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Author Kathleen Morrissey teaches the importance of listening to one's parents in new book

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All my books carry themes related to family, vacations, animals and adventures.

No one likes to learn lessons the hard way. Fortunately, Kathleen Morrissey makes teaching essential lessons to children fun.

In her new book, “Otter Tales,” Morrissey teaches children about otter behavior while instilling the moral that mothers know what’s best for their children.

When three young otters are left to their own devices they are bound to get into trouble, not unlike three children. The lessons they learn along the way however, will keep them safe from the hidden dangers in and out of the sea.

Morrissey’s inspiration derives from one particular experience with otters on one of her many family outdoor adventures to the San Juan Islands.

“All my books carry themes related to family, vacations, animals and adventures,” Morrissey said. “They also include being safe, watching out for one another, and following sound safety rules.”

The author hopes children will grow a further appreciation for their parents’ role and discover the many adventures that can be had in nature, whether camping, hiking or picnicking. They are all great ways to experience the wide array of animal and plant life with which we share the planet.

“Otter Tales”
By: Kathleen Morrissey
ISBN: 978-1-4969-5304-9
Softcover: $11.95
E-book: $3.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse

About the author
Kathleen Morrissey is the author of three other children’s’ books, “Walter and Mike Get Their Own Fun Park Pool,” “Bunny Foodie Adventures” and “The Lonely Noodle.” She is devoted to her family and has enjoyed taking trips with them for over 40. Morrissey currently resides outside of Seattle.

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