Tootsie Takes on Bullies

by Lynne Katsafouros Friedman



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/30/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 38
ISBN : 9781480884922
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 38
ISBN : 9781480884915
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 38
ISBN : 9781480884939

About the Book

Tootsie is excited to join the kids who are having fun, but they are mean to her. Tootsie sees they are Bullies as they squeeze and tease her, but Tootsie manages to escape! She then realizes the importance of being ‘TOOTSIEFIED’ when faced with a Bully. Tootsie’s Mom becomes a protector from bullies and confronts them by yelling “Tease your hair or tease a ghost, but don’t tease me.”

A picture book for children, TOOTSIE TAKES ON BULLIES, shares the story of one dog who successfully overcomes bullying and gains confidence for future challenges. It lets children know they are not alone, and they can successfully overcome the problems they face.

About the Author

Lynne Katsafouros Friedman Widely known for her pet portraits, she has been cited and praised by two former U.S. Presidents, a U.S. Presidential Candidate, a U.S. Secretary of State, a Whitehouse Senior Advisor and Communications Director.
Featured in “The New York Times”, “Hello Magazine”, “Good Dog Magazine”, “The Palm Beach Post”, and “Composers, Authors of America Magazine”, her accomplishments are well publicized.
Lynne has appeared on CBS, ABC Morning with Regis and Kathy Lee, and WTVD-Channel 11. Her work has been shown by Louis Rukeyser on Wall Street Week.
Her celebrity portraits have been exhibited at The Whitehouse, a Presidential Library, the Palm Beach Airport and Duke University. Her portrait of the Bahamian Goodwill Ambassador was displayed for their 500 Year Anniversary Celebration.
Lynne has now expanded her artistic talents to include “author.” Her first book, “TOOTSIE TAKES ON BULLIES,” is sure to help young children deal with our growing bullying issues, while putting a needed smile on their faces.