Author Sherry Hasson’s new book “I’m Not an Alligator” is the charming story of a crocodile seeking to discover his true identity.

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Recent release “I’m Not an Alligator” from Page Publishing author Sherry Hasson is a beautifully illustrated tale about Crocker, a crocodile who begins to question his identity and begins a journey of self-discovery.

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Sherry Hasson, the founder of SGA Charter School and the MACILOS program, has completed her new book “I’m Not an Alligator”: a gripping and potent journey of self-discovery.

“’Who am I?’ Trying to figure out where we fit in society, in terms of acceptance and interaction with our peers has long been a challenge throughout the generations,” writes author Sherry Hasson. “Protecting one’s heritage while assimilating to a diverse twenty-first century population can be a struggle when searching for one’s racial and ethnic connection.”

Published by Page Publishing, Sherry Hasson’s delightful and relatable tale is about Crocker, a crocodile who has always been told his entire life that he was a crocodile. After being teased by his fellow crocodiles, who say he is really an alligator, Crocker has an identity crisis and goes on a search to figure out his true heritage.

To discover who he really is, Crocker consults alligators to figure out if he is really more like them. In the process, Crocker inherits a world full of acceptance and love from his friends, who reaffirm that it does not matter whether Crocker is a crocodile or an alligator; he is who he is no matter what.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “I’m Not an Alligator” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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