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A Visually Driven Journey to Self Acceptance

May 17 2014, 5:28pm CDT | by

Good Puppy is pleased to announce the publication of "Pretty Seeley." Written and illustrated by Marina Tito, "Pretty Seeley" illuminates the gentle journey to self-acceptance and self-love through Seeley, a little girl with a spot on her nose and a wise cat by her side.

Delray Beach, FL, May 17, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Good Puppy is pleased to announce the publication of "Pretty Seeley." Written and illustrated by Marina Tito, "Pretty Seeley" illuminates the gentle...

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A Visually Driven Journey to Self Acceptance

May 17 2014, 5:28pm CDT | by

Good Puppy is pleased to announce the publication of "Pretty Seeley." Written and illustrated by Marina Tito, "Pretty Seeley" illuminates the gentle journey to self-acceptance and self-love through Seeley, a little girl with a spot on her nose and a wise cat by her side.

Delray Beach, FL, May 17, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Good Puppy is pleased to announce the publication of "Pretty Seeley." Written and illustrated by Marina Tito, "Pretty Seeley" illuminates the gentle journey to self-acceptance and self-love.

Seeley is a little girl with a spot on her nose. While a source of embarrassment for her, Seeley’s intriguing imperfection doesn’t seem to bother her cat, Mao. The wide-eyed cat, the friend we all want and the friend we should all aspire to be, sees Seeley’s spot as a reflection of her inner beauty.

Mao believes the spot is a shadow a butterfly left behind and proposes a search for the allusive creature. The journey guides Seeley into a new understanding. The story reframes a seemingly negative attribute by giving it a positive and deeper meaning, helping Seeley and the reader reprioritize and smile at their old frame of mind while thinking... — Yes, that was Pretty Seeley.

"Pretty Seeley" is available on iBooks, Kindle and in print, through Barnes & Noble, Amazon and other national and international retailers. For more information, visit goodpuppy.com.

"Pretty Seeley"
Written & Illustrated by Marina Tito
Recommended for children, ages 3 to 7.

Publisher: Good Puppy
Website: goodpuppy.com
Email: books@goodpuppy.com
Publication Date: September, 2013
Language: English

Preview the book online
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Download Free for a limited time on iBooks
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Hardcover edition
ISBN-13: 978-1-940692-20-3
ISBN-10: 1940692203
8.5” x 8.5”
38 pages
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/pretty-seeley-m-tito/1118067027

iBooks edition
ISBN-13: 978-1-940692-02-9
ISBN-10: 1940692029
Made for iBooks
For iPad and Mac
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Kindle edition
ISBN-13: 978-1-940692-08-1
ISBN-10: 1940692081
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Contact Information:
Good Puppy
Marina Tito
561-212-4810
Contact via Email
www.goodpuppy.com/
http://www.goodpuppy.com/press

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