CHARLEE’S TALES™ ANNOUNCES DEBUT OF FIRST CHILDREN’S BOOK
Allegorical tale “Charlee’s Brave Dog Hamburger” provides children with a valuable lesson about bullying
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—September 25, 2017—Charlee’s Tales, LLC, today announced the official launch of its first children’s book, “Charlee’s Brave Dog Hamburger.” Based on a true experience, this allegorical tale provides children with a valuable lesson about bullying.
“As a little girl dog with a beard, Charlee encountered taunting of various sorts. I think we all experience bullying in some form during our lives,” said Kara Jill Stancell, author of the book and Charlee’s human mother. “My hope is that Charlee’s adventures will be able to provide children with both entertainment and life lessons to help them overcome such challenges in a very relatable way.”
In her book debut, “Charlee’s Brave Dog Hamburger,” Charlee learns what not to do when taunted by the neighbor’s troublesome Chihuahuas. Charlee sees that retaliation not only makes the issue worse, but also hurts her in the process. In the end, however, she decides to make the right choice and enjoys the limelight (and a treat) for her bravery.
Stancell, joined by her niece, illustrator Morgan K. Buhler, who also experienced bullying as a child, knew this impactful, yet quirky narrative would be the perfect spark to bring the first of Charlee’s Tales – fun books for kids™ book series to life.
For more information on Charlee’s Tales, or to purchase “Charlee’s Brave Dog Hamburger” and coloring book, visit www.CharleesTales.com. The book is also available on Amazon.
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About the Author
As a communication professional, Kara Jill Stancell has spent the past 20 years in Corporate America, writing and successfully executing countless corporate communication strategies. After two decades, a company merger/acquisition led Stancell to officially pursue her passion for writing. Excited that her first published book is about her darling dog, Charlee, Stancell appreciates how the illustrations are so accurately depicted by her niece, Morgan K. Buhler, who grew up with Charlee’s larger-than-life personality.
Charlee hopes children enjoy reading about her adventures with her mom, some of which are available for adults at www.LoveMyDogHateMyElbows.com.
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