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George and Mildred: The Attack of the Meanie Girls

George and Mildred: The Attack of the Meanie Girls

Paperback

Series: George and Mildred

General Juvenile Fiction

ISBN13: 9798686305168
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Sep 30 2020
Pages: 32
Weight: 0.22
Height: 0.08 Width: 8.50 Depth: 8.50
Language: English
Can George stand up to the bullying of the Meanie Girls, or will he run away and hide as usual, only to be taunted by all the other dogs at the park? George the Boxer and Mildred the Yorkie are the unlikeliest of friends. One is big and fearful, the other is small and feisty, but together they can take down the town bullies and embark on new, exciting adventures. George and Mildred: The Attack of the Meanie Girls is a story of a friendship that blossoms in the face of fear, bites and barks, and gives George the confidence to stand up for himself and realize that danger does not lurk around every corner, thanks to the fierce determination of two new friends who believe in themselves and each other.AUTHOR BIOGRAPHYLinda Erskine is a dreamer and has lived her life in books and being inspired by them. A graduate of the Humber College School of Journalism, Linda has held positions as editor of trade magazines and community newspapers, but she felt she always had a book in her. This is just one of those books. Inspired by the antics of her boxer beast, Kao, and after an adventure that saw her travel from her native Canada to the wilds of West Lothian, Scotland, Linda wrote the first in the series of the George and Mildred stories to shed light on some of the issues that today's kids have to face. From bullying and standing up for themselves, to realizing that what holds them back is the fear of being themselves - that they are enough, Linda hopes that she has inspired even one person to realize their full potential, in all of their glory.Linda resides in West Lothian, Scotland, in a small miner's cottage with her boxer beast Kao, her extensive library and a slew of family and friends, who continue to inspire her as she embarks on her latest journey.

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