Fulton Books author Renae Johns, a graduate of BS in Mechanical Engineering and MA in Business Administration, has completed her most recent book, “Little Duck’s Missing Shirt”: a fun fable that is heartwarming to read. This short tale follows the day in the life of Little Duck, who only wants to wear yellow shirts at school. However, that one particular day, his yellow shirt had gone missing. This left Little Duck in a panic; he thinks he can’t go to school wearing a different color of shirt when everyone wears the yellow one. But with the guidance and wisdom of Mommy Duck, Little Duck finally realized that the world will be a much more beautiful place when all the colors come together.
Johns shares, “Little Duck is afraid of being different than the other kids at school. But one day, he discovers that when everyone is different, things are much more fun and interesting! Enjoy this relatable story about acceptance and the beauty of diversity.”
Published by Fulton Books, Rena Johns’ book is an enjoyable children’s tale meant to celebrate diversity and inclusion. It aims to educate young readers that everyone is different and those differences make the world more interesting and special.
Join Little Duck as he inspires everyone to build an equitable world to live in.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Little Duck’s Missing Shirt” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books