Judith Abe’s New Book ‘Apps and Beeks Become BFFs’ is a Strong Piece About Respect

Judith Abe, an accountant and a nurse, has completed her new book, “Apps and Beeks Become BFFs,” an enriching story about friendship and respect featuring beautiful characters from the author’s own childhood.
Judith writes, “A rowdy bunch of animals come together for the Jungledom Festival. The characters have mastered some East African Swahili language words and use acronyms learned from encounters with nearby inhabitants. They meet Beeks the Pest and make fun of him because of the way he looks. Beeks uses his experience to teach them a lesson, and they realize that it is important to have respect for others.”
Published by Fulton Books, Judith Abe’s book is a beautiful story about respect and acceptance, no matter who a person is or what they look like.
Readers who wish to experience this story can purchase “Apps and Beeks Become BFFs” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books