New Children’s Books Shed Light on the Harmful Effects of Bullying

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Regina Davis and Carolyn Royer Spencer Release Two Stories Which Bring Awareness to Bullying

Regina Davis and Carolyn Royer Spencer have released two new children’s books, Senor Smarty Pantaloons and the Mystery of the Missing Teachers and Lord Computesalot, Ruler of Aurora Bullyalis, and His Secret Quest to End Bullying. Both stories show the harmful effects of bullying in schools and how bullying can happen at any age.

As teachers, Regina and Carolyn have both experienced bullying first-hand and saw how detrimental it can be to children and adults alike. With animals as main characters and interesting storylines, these stories will captivate readers and help teach children to be kind to each other.

“Fanciful, imaginative children's book bringing attention to the issue of bullying to youngsters.” a reviewer wrote about the book.

Senor Smarty Pantaloons and the Mystery of the Missing Teachers and Lord Computesalot, Ruler of Aurora Bullyalis make for a delightfully entertaining series which will resonate with readers of all ages.

“Lord Computesalot, Ruler of Aurora Bullyalis, and His Secret Quest to End Bullying”
By Regina Davis and Carolyn Royer Spencer
ISBN: 9781481711630 (softcover); 9781524627850 (hardcover)
Available at the Authorhouse Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

“Senor Smarty Pantaloons and the Mystery of the Missing Teachers”
By Regina Davis and Carolyn Royer Spencer
ISBN: 9781456745578 (softcover); 781524653545 (hardcover)
Available at the Authorhouse Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Regina Davis was born and raised in Long Island, New York and now lives in Virginia Beach. She received her B.S. in Education from St. John's University and her M.A. from Hofstra. Regina was Reading Teacher of the Year at Newtown Road Elementary in Virginia Beach. She is a member of the International Reading Association and the Cape Charles Historical Society. She enjoys writing poetry and her poem "Tomorrow" was published in "Across the Universe" in 1996. After teaching elementary school for thirty-seven years in New York and Virginia, she recently retired.

Carolyn Spencer is a lifetime resident of Norfolk, Virginia. She received her B.S. in Art and her B.S. certification in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Old Dominion University. Carolyn taught kindergarten, Title 1 kindergarten, first, and second grades for almost thirty years in Norfolk and Virginia Beach and served as a career teacher. She is a member of the International Reading Association and the Cape Charles Historical Society. Her hobbies include golf and travel.

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