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Molly O’Rourke Pens Children’s Book to Help End Bullying

A retired nurse and now children’s author lends her talents to a worthy cause.

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA – WEBWIRE

A fun, engaging story for children and a great, impactful go-to resource on bullying prevention and empathy-building for parents and educators!

This is the second in the series of children’s books that tackles difficult subjects; her first book explores the topic of crying and the reasons why people cry in different situations. O’Rourke’s “The Adventures of Gleeson and Cormac” aims to help children, as well as teens and adults, address certain sensitive topics.
The story takes on the theme of bullying and promotes empathy. In some ways, this children’s book also promotes the proper use of technology and the Internet. The characters – the two frogs Gleeson and Cormac and their new friend Rachel – are seen using their iPhones to research a sensitive topic.
Gleeson, Cormac, and Rachel attend a class on bullying where they learn the negative effects of bullying and listen to the stories of victims. They also learn the best ways to help someone who has been bullied.
After the class, Rachel, a victim of bullying herself, shares to Gleeson and Cormac her story of being bullied and how her friends helped her feel better. On their way to the Main Pond, they see an older girl bullying a younger girl.
What would they do? Will they just stand at a safe distance and watch? Read this engaging children’s story in Molly O’Rourke’s “The Adventures of Gleeson and Cormac: Why Are People Bullied?”
Order today through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

The Adventures of Gleeson and Cormac: Why Are People Bullied?
Written by Molly O’Rourke
Published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC
Published date: March 24, 2016
Paperback | $12.50
Ebook | $9.99

About the Author
Molly O’Rourke Wall was born in Kansas City, MO. She moved with her family to Phoenix, AZ as a teenager. She went to St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing to fulfill her dream of becoming a nurse. She worked for the Indian Health Service in Gallup, NM for 21 years, followed by more years of nursing in different areas of healthcare. Her goal in writing this book is to provide a guide to enable parents, grandparents, teachers and anyone who works with children to start a conversation on the topic of bullying, showing how one person can make a difference (pg.23). Now retired, Molly lives in Albuquerque, NM.

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 The Adventures
 of Gleeson and Cormac
 Why Are People Bullied?
 Molly O’Rourke
 bullying and empathy

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