Fuzzy Learns a Lesson of Love
About the Book
One day while taking a walk in the park, Tori meets a new friend in an unusual way. But Tori finds that her new friend doesn't know how very special it is, for you see, this friend Fuzzy was never taught how to love itself. Tori tells Fuzzy that it is beautiful indeed and that its beauty is not on the outside but from deep within its heart, where love grows.
For the first time, Fuzzy begins to understand why it, too, is as lovely as the butterflies that shine in the sun. Tori teaches Fuzzy a lesson that is filled with truth, and it is a lesson that we all should learn. Her message is that the beauty we all have is not from the outside of us but is actually from the inside of us. Come and meet Tori and Fuzzy and see how Tori teaches Fuzzy one of the greatest lessons of all time? the lesson of love for oneself.
About the Author
Pat Mclaughlin lives in Massachusetts with many of her children and grandchildren. She has several grandchildren who keep her amused with their anecdotes and gives her a mind filled with ideas that come to life with words and pictures. She is the author of Two Little Farmers in One Wooden Shoe, and Lissi Anne and the Isle of the Gumdrop Trees. She continues to write stories from her imagination that describes the children who surround her.
About the Illustrator
Karen Gillette currently lives in California with her husband. For as long as she can remember she always had a passion for art. This passion took her into college for graphic design, however, her path was directed, not into graphic art designing, but into caring for children for over 30 years. Her love of children merged with her love for art and she employed both to give children the chance to find that inner love of art that she herself found early on in life. She always knew that one day she would return to her true passion for art and has the chance to demonstrate this love for both art and children with her illustrations for this book. She feels blessed to share these illustrations with those who read this book and hopes that each child will enjoy not only the story but the pages of colorful images that she has placed throughout this book.