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Announcing a Little Gem of a Child's Book with Captivating Illustrations That Gently Delivers an Important Message; Mabel and the Label

Feb 27 2014, 2:18pm CST | by

It is hoped that adults will enjoy reading this little book to the children in their lives and, as they do so, use it as an opportunity to elaborate on the message within. Once alerted to the human vice of labeling others, daily living will provide countless examples for children to remember the lesson Mabel and the Label.

New York, NY, February 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- From the publisher of the best seller The 80/10/10 Diet a children's series with heart written by Rosalind Graham and illustrated by Katy Craine. In...

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Announcing a Little Gem of a Child's Book with Captivating Illustrations That Gently Delivers an Important Message; Mabel and the Label

Feb 27 2014, 2:18pm CST | by

It is hoped that adults will enjoy reading this little book to the children in their lives and, as they do so, use it as an opportunity to elaborate on the message within. Once alerted to the human vice of labeling others, daily living will provide countless examples for children to remember the lesson Mabel and the Label.

New York, NY, February 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- From the publisher of the best seller The 80/10/10 Diet a children's series with heart written by Rosalind Graham and illustrated by Katy Craine.

In the first volume of the series, Mabel sets out to bring a new member to her family - a teddy bear. Mabel's discovery that her precious new bear has a label attached to him leads to a very interesting conversation with her wise mother.

A charming story on being our true selves without labels.

Rosalind Graham is a devoted mother and homeschooling teacher who is a dedicated life-long student of grace and compassion. For twenty-five years Rosalind has been an international health educator and inspirational speaker. She now lives with her husband Dr. Douglas Graham in West Sussex, England along with their daughter and a small animal sanctuary.

A hard cover with sewn binding beautifully produced at 9x11 is 24 pages of pure joy meant to last and be a great gift to any family, school, or organization.

ISBN 9781893831322

Request copies from FoodnSport.com, Amazon.com, and New Leaf Distributing Co.

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