Judy a Goelitz’s Newly Released “A Boy Called Chipmunk” Is a Charming Illustration for Kids About the Significance and Meaning of Nicknames

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“A Boy Called Chipmunk” from Christian Faith Publishing author Judy A Goelitz is a delightful narrative of a boy, whose friends call him Chipmunk, as he tells about the relevance of nicknames and the people around him that carry their own identity in their respective nicknames.

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“A Boy Called Chipmunk”: a wonderful tale in a boy’s perspective as he talks about how and why nicknames of people came about, as well as sharing his own story of being nicknamed as Chipmunk. “A Boy Called Chipmunk” is the creation of published author Judy A Goelitz, a mother of two who has always loved reading. She is especially thrilled to have published her first book.

Goelitz shares, “What do your friends or family call you? Do you have a nickname? Here’s the story of a boy with a fun nickname and how we use nicknames to tell people that we think they are special.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Judy A Goelitz’s new book is a simple yet meaningful tale for children of a boy nicknamed Chipmunk as he goes on to speak about the different origins of nicknames that kids, and even adults, get to be called by.

This children’s book reminds us of the value of the name one carries; how this reflects one’s identity or how others perceive them.

View a synopsis of “A Boy Called Chipmunk” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase "A Boy Called Chipmunk” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “A Boy Called Chipmunk,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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