"Sam: The Cat Without a Tail": Explore Compassion With Kids in This Fun Children's Book by Gloria Lintermans

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"Sam: The Cat Without a Tail": Explore Compassion With Kids in This Fun Children's Book

Have you met Sam? I'm talking about Sam, the child-loved character from my award-winning book, "Sam: The Cat Without a Tail," published by Blooming Twig Press. As a syndicated fashion and beauty columnist for 25 years, I believe that there is a great need for children to understand that it is our differences that make each of us special and this world a peaceful world in which to live.

"'Sam: The Cat Without a Tail' is a children's picture book about Sam, a white kitten without a tail – just a stump of fur. Although Sam is adopted into a loving home, he feels shy and ashamed about his lack of a tail. Can Sam learn to develop confidence? A few facts about Max cats and a note to parents and caregivers about supporting children's self-worth round out this charming, purrfectly delightful story." – James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review

Learn more at GloriaLintermans.com.

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