New Storybook Features Pearls of Courage and Lovable Animal Characters

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Blind Author Rose King weaves important life lessons of inspiration and compassion with playful humor in the adventures of “Wosie the Blind Little Bunny,” accompanied by her best friend, BoBo the Bear and many other adorable animal pals that deal with disabilities and challenges.

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In her new children’s book, “Wosie the Blind Little Bunny,” author Rose King uses a cast of loveable animal characters in an engaging storyline to reveal the importance of reaching out to others who are different and helping those in need.

Ms. King knows how tough it can be to cope with a disability. She herself has struggled with blindness for over twenty years. Her many life experiences became the basis for the story’s main character, Wosie. Wosie is a little bunny who is born blind. One morning, Wosie wanders away from her safe home in the thicket and becomes lost. Tired, hungry and afraid, Wosie stumbles upon a sleeping bear named BoBo. What unfolds next is a heartfelt story that teaches what it means to accept others’ differences and becomes a touching fable that celebrates a remarkable friendship.

Filled with delightful illustrations and told in captivating rhymes, “Wosie the Blind Little Bunny” will warm the hearts of readers both young and old.

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About the Author
Rose King is an author of children’s books and an inspirational speaker. She has written several children’s stories based on friendly animal characters that live in the forest. Her characters are always learning the valuable meaning of reaching out to help someone in need. To contact Rose King, please go to: http://www.LuvWosie.com.

Wosie the Blind Little Bunny * by Rose King
Publication Date: January 29, 2013
Picture Book; $17.49; 32 pages; 978-1-4797-3817-5
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 32 pages; 978-1-4797-3818-2
eBook; $5.99; 978-1-4797-3819-9

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