Byesbille, OH, September 2, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Angel McKinney, a mother of two and a grandmother of four, has completed her most recent book "Billy the Bully": a heartwarming children's story that introduces a bull named Billy. He is a young bull who likes to hang around with the older bulls. He begins to learn some bad habits, like being mean to all the other animals on the farm. He calls them names, scares them with his horns, and makes fun of the way they look.
Author Angel McKinney writes, "So one day he finally got to start school. He was so excited. He was gonna learn all kinds of new things and maybe make some new friends. While out on recess, he was trying to get some of the kids to play with him. He would stomp his hooves and snort and then charge at them. All the kids would just run away from him. The more he did this, the less the kids would want to play with him. Then finally one day, none of the kids would play with him. This made Billy very sad. So Billy started using mean words to the kids that wouldn't play with him, like making fun of them just because they were different."
Published by Fulton Books, Angel McKinney's book aims to give parents a hand at teaching children right and wrong by offering a lesson to be learned through the eyes of farm animals.
The engaging story follows Billy as he learns an important lesson about how to treat others with kindness. Complete with colorful illustrations that draw young readers and listeners into the world of the farm, this memorable tales provides readers of all ages with a valuable lesson.
Readers who wish to experience this creative work can purchase "Billy the Bully" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books