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Fulton Books author David Fankushen, a retired internal medicine physician, has completed his most recent book “Tales of Mostly Sweet Animals”: an insightful compilation of fables written in a way that even young readers will find amusing. Each story portrays kindness and generosity, making this piece a great tool for parents to use in instilling important values to their little ones.

David Fankushen's New Book 'Tales of Mostly Sweet Animals' is a Heartwarming Collection of Animal Tales Meant to Entertain and Educate on The Table Read

Tales Of Mostly Sweet Animals

Fankushen shares, “These stories, all involving animals, demonstrate kindness and generosity that would be exemplary for humans. Many stories cover contemporary issues such as climate change, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and conflicts related to different outlooks on choosing happy and authentic lives. Many include teaching moments about animals such as platypuses, pronghorns, and beavers.

The collection was inspired in part by The Jataka Tales, a collection of nearly two-thousand-year-old stories about the Buddha displaying extraordinary compassion in his many prior animal incarnations.”

David Fankushen

Published by Fulton Books, David Fankushen’s book is a delightful read where animals display good ethics that young readers can learn from.

This short picture book is perfect for a child’s quality time with the family.

Readers who wish to experience this interesting work can purchase “Tales of Mostly Sweet Animals” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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