NOTRE-DAME-DE-L'ÎLE-PERROT, Canada (PRWEB) March 28, 2015
Wanting to provide children with new educational tools that promote honesty, sincerity, love and kindness, Vladimir Loungou crafts a vibrant picture book that teaches young readers about the importance of helping others and having a holistic understanding of life.
“Master Woo and Raccoons Family” (published by Xlibris) was inspired by a real life encounter with a raccoon family. Readers follow the humans, Master and Ms. Woo as they come across Mr. and Ms. Raccoon. As they spend time with each other, they learn about their similarities and differences, revealing how understanding one other is essential to having a friendly coexistence in the same world.
Bundled with colorful illustrations and a highly imaginative narrative, children are taught valuable lessons that may aid them in life. It teaches young readers that, if there is an opportunity to succeed, they should share and help each other. By planting these seeds of kindness and help, fruits are bound to come.
“Master Woo and Raccoons Family”
By Vladimir Loungou
Hardcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 26 pages | ISBN 9781503540507
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 26 pages | ISBN 9781503540514
E-Book | 26 pages | ISBN 9781503540521
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Vladimir G. Loungou, M.D. was born in 1964 in Moldova. From a young age, he was interested in literature, music, arts and sciences. He graduated from Medical University in 1987 and worked as a trauma surgeon until November 1992 when he immigrated to Canada.
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