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William Dalmas Pens an Inspiring Story in Hopes of Instilling Proper Conduct and Manners in Young Readers

This book will on exhibit at the upcoming 2020 Tucson Festival of Books.


Fort Bragg, California, U.S.A – WEBWIRE

“Children ask so many questions and want to be engaged with their world at an early age. Once the social protocols (manners) are learned, the boundaries are limitless.”

Every person can make a difference if they only set their hearts to it and influence others. To William Dalmas, his way of doing it is to craft interesting stories. He wants to reach out to the little ones in his book to give them valuable lessons because at a young age it’s crucial to develop their personality and experience.
 
Young readers are in for a surprise when he narrates a unique story in “Mommy Mommy: Look the Man Has One Leg.” Through the novel, the author expands their views and successfully shows them important values, especially when dealing with people with disabilities or special needs. This book is therefore a great read for children with their families, and even in school.
 
Kids at a very young age can be quite inquisitive and interested. It is therefore the perfect time to teach them important social protocols and manners, and to mold them into understanding, uprightness, and acceptance of the differences of all. He hopes, with his book, to instill these morals into their hearts and minds for them to practice and keep growing up.
 
Immerse yourself in the colorful and culturally-progressive literature of William Dalmas by supporting his book “Mommy Mommy: Look the Man Has One Leg” as he presents it this March 14th to March 15th at the 2020 Tucson Festival of Books, or purchase a Kindle or paperback copy of it on Amazon.
 

 
Mommy Mommy: Look the Man Has One Leg
Author | William Dalmas
Publisher | Xlibris
Published Date May 21, 2015
Genre | Children’s Book
ISBN-13 | 978-1503569201
Paperback Price | $21.99
 
About the Author
 
Born in Sacramento, California and grew up in San Diego, California. The beach was his salvation. Not formally educated but was able to read the writing on the wall. Running down the hallways of many hearts it enables him to open the doors of life. At the poker table of life, he played the one card that meant so much to him, love. His mantra is to champion as many lives as possible


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