We have teamed up with a children’s author and are giving away a digital version of his fast-selling book, Spot the Different.
Jerry Lyons originally wrote the book for his seven-year-old daughter as a bedtime story to show that being different is something to be proud of and to embrace.
It tells the story of a young girl called Lucy, who is being bullied at school. She meets a magical ladybird called Spot, and he takes her on an adventure where they meet an array of unique animals.
These include Freddie the Flea who doesn’t jump, Charlie the Camel with no hump and Cassie the Crow that doesn’t like flying.
Andy Willard, a talented artist, wonderfully illustrates the book. It is currently sold out in print format, but we’ve been gained permission to share digital versions of it with families as a Christmas gift to younger members of our community.
Jerry Lyons said: “I want to get Spot’s message of inclusivity, diversity and being proud of yourself into as many young hands and minds as possible. And thanks to the generous support of Duncan Yeardley we are doing exactly that by offering the digital version for free.”
Duncan Yeardley are delighted to be playing a small part in spreading the book’s message, so please click here to get your free e-book.
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